“I’m happy to hear that Brian Wood is coming to speak at the CDPUG meeting in July. For the past year, I have found him to be an invaluable source of information for my design business. Being on the print side of design for over 20 years, and seeing how the industry is changing, I felt I needed to be knowledgeable about digital design, as well. So my search was on for a good training class in Adobe Dreamweaver that would be flexible with my work schedule. That’s when I found out Brian Wood was starting an on-line training site. It was the perfect fit. I have now been an active member on askbrianwood.com for a little over a year.
Brian not only offers excellent training for all of us fledgling beginners, but it’s also an immeasurable resource for the more seasoned user, too. There is definitely something for everyone from weekly “live” on-line training classes, to all kinds of goodies such as tips and cheat sheets. Also, if you get “stuck” and need to ask a specific question, he will get you “unstuck” with an immediate response. And, an added bonus is he just recently added the same kind of training for Adobe InDesign. It’s definitely a meeting you will not want to miss!”
Oh G Design Plug
Christine Grieves formed Oh G Design in 1997 as a creative visual communications design studio serving a variety of diverse clients including professional service firms, corporations, non-profit, civic and cultural organizations with areas of specialization in:
+ brand strategy and corporate identity systems
+ corporate communications
+ marketing communications
+ investor and financial communications; annual reports
Prior to opening Oh G Design, Grieves worked at Edward Howard, an Ohio based public relations firm in Cleveland, since 1988, bringing over twenty-
two years of visual communications design experience to her clients. Her work has received both local and national recognition. She most recently received an award for the AIGA-Cleveland Design Competition 2009.
She currently is an active member of the Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and received her BFA in Visual Communication Design from Kent State University in 1987.
Oh G Design… creative thinking in design