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The Dos and Dont's of Attending a Music Conference

Lynda.com - Sat, 01/09/2016 - 03:00
Authored By: Cliff Goldmacher

Released On: 1/9/2016

Music conferences are a great place for songwriters to build relationships, learn about industry trends, and find publishers for their songs. In this course, professional songwriter Cliff Goldmacher shares his insights on the best practices for getting the most out of attending a music conference. He covers four dos and four don'ts that will make sure you leave the conference with new ideas, new opportunities, and new contacts.


Building Responsive Forms with Flexbox

Lynda.com - Sat, 01/09/2016 - 03:00
Authored By: James Williamson

Released On: 1/9/2016

The CSS3 Flexible Box Model, or Flexbox, is a different way to design responsive websites and HTML forms. Flexbox doesn't rely on floats or collapsible margins. Instead, flex containers shrink and expand items to fit the available space. With flexbox, complex layouts can be achieved with cleaner, more semantic code.

In this course, senior staff author James Williamson shows how to use flex containers, flex child items, and responsive design techniques to create responsive layouts for two forms: a short search form and a longer registration form with sections. He demonstrates how to style the form structures, fields, labels, and buttons; control the alignment of different elements; and enhance the responsiveness of both forms with media queries.


Animating Charts and Graphs in CINEMA 4D

Lynda.com - Sat, 01/09/2016 - 03:00
Authored By: Alan Demafiles

Released On: 1/9/2016

Charts and graphs have always been essential visual aids. With CINEMA 4D, you have all the tools you need to produce compelling animated versions of these static presentation tools. C4D's powerful primitive objects, spline tools, and node-based expression editor, XPresso, make it relatively easy to create dynamic animated charts and graphs.

This course is a project-based learning experience that will introduce different tools and techniques for importing, styling, and manipulating chart data in C4D. Alan Demafiles shows how to drive relationships between spreadsheet data and geometry with set-driven XPresso keys, connect points with tracer objects, and animate charts with dynamic primitive objects. He also explains how to customize the look and behavior of your charts and graphs to fit the style of your company or your client's.


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