Friday 5: DevLearn Resources, Presentation tool, Image Editing App, Website Builder & Newspaper Columns

DevLearn Handouts & Resources

Check out the handouts and presentation decks from one of the biggest Learning & Development conferences of the year that happened last week in Las Vegas.



Embed any web content in your presentation: If you give presentations you might know the hassle of keeping things up to date. LiveSlides is a PowerPoint add-in that lets you skip static screen shots and include real, live, fully interactive web content.

This is nice for many reasons including:

  • No more need screen shots and keeping them up to date
  • No more toggling between your slides and a web browser
  • Keep the size of your slide decks much smaller
  • Incorporate interactive audience polling (via Poll Everywhere )

Adobe Photoshop Fix

The power of Photoshop retouching for everyone in a mobile app: Photoshop Fix is a new, free mobile app that lets you do serious image retouching and restoration on your iPad or iPhone. Heal, smooth, liquify, lighten and make other edits and adjustments that give you the precise look you’re after. You can also use your Adobe Creative Cloud account to access your edited photos with other Adobe apps to work on them there or add to another project.

Adobe Photoshop Fix


Builds Sites Without Code, Like Squarespace Crossed With Photoshop: Webflow is visual content management system that basically allows you to create complicated, responsive websites without ever setting up a server, and that can be readily updated with new photos, text, and other media without a coder involved. It gives you previews for mobile views while you’re building your site.

This is definitely much more “pro” than other site builders like Wix and Weebly but if you’ve got the skills it looks like its worth checking out. This would be great for creating a portfolio site and much more.

How to Create Newspaper Style Columns in Your Documents

Adding columns to your documents can help you fit your content into the space you have and make you look like a pro. This article gives you two great looking, easy to use options.

Published by Mike Taylor

Born with a life-long passion for learning, I have the great fortune to work at the intersection of learning, design, technology & collaboration.

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