Why I started using the Wacom
by Maritza Solano on February 18, 2015 in comm shop
As a new designer I wanted to be informed of all the latest tips, trends and tools. I asked questions like: What would make working in Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop easier? How are the cool, eye-catching designs thought up? What inspires a designer? I had so many questions about the technique of designing and the software, but using a mouse to design was never a question.
I thought, "This works for me, I can manage." When I created designs using the mouse, at times it was frustrating trying to make the perfect point from a to b and I thought maybe it was just me being the newbie. I hadn't learned every technique yet.
Good Grief: A Way through the Holidays after a Loved One Dies
by Eric Whitmore on November 24, 2014 in
My favorite cartoon to watch is, and will always be, A Charlie Brown Christmas. There is something so poignant and sad, yet celebratory, about the story. On one hand, Charlie Brown works so hard to make Christmas special, and all he ends up with is a small, insignificant tree. On the other hand, the cartoon probably has the most memorable presentation of the Birth of Jesus, delivered by Linus in the school play.
This is the eighth Christmas after the death of my father. As a retired military chaplain, I understand that the holidays are difficult without a loved one next to you. This is even truer if the loved one will never be there...
Internet Church and you
by Kalie Lowrie on September 29, 2014 in comm shop
Live streaming, podcasting, providing worship services online…there are many different ways for churches today to offer online options for their congregations. What works for one church may not work for another, but there are a myriad of options available for churches interested in providing an online community, connections and resources to their members. Lake Pointe Church in Dallas is hosting the iMinistry Conference on October 14-16 and I will be attending this conference to learn more about options available for our Texas Baptist churches.
I visited with Nate Merrill, Internet campus pastor for Lake Pointe, last week; he...