AIGA LA & Adobe — Moving From Print to Web: Part 3
An inside look at content creation, innovative solutions and interactive development for the iPad and touch devices.".

Magazine and newspaper publishers have been facing great challenges in the past few years as advertising dollars for their print publications became harder to come by and news become a commodity available immediately and for free online. The introduction of tablet devices last year has created a lot of energy in the publishing arena as publishers saw a way to combine the visually intricate designs available on paper, with the compelling interactivity available on devices. Let’s look at how easy it is for you to get publications of all types (magazines, newspapers, annual reports, catalogs and other corporate documents) to an application that can be distributed not only on the iPad, but also on a growing range of Android tablet devices.

About the Speakers:

Kellis Landrum is Digital Art Director at Meat & Potatoes, an Art Center College of Design Alumni, and former Art Center Instructor. He is also a member of the AIGA, and member of the Los Angeles AIGA Interactive Committee. Kellis is Co-Founded online Style & Culture magazine, He has designed, developed and directed award winning projects for a variety of clients including NBC, Scion Motors, Kia Motors, American Apparel, Guess Clothing, Symantec, and Aiwa. He has worked with agencies and studios including Ogilvy, David and Goliath, Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo, M&C Saatchi, The Groop and Amauta Tech.
Michael Newman has designed and developed innovative, professional interactive experiences for over 14 years. He has worked with diverse clientele, including IFC, Honda, UCLA, Godiva, MTV, Focus Features, Comcast, AOL and Gartner. After leading interactive and creative groups for companies including IFC, AT&T and Network Live, he founded Pomp Productions to create unique experiences for clients. Michael has taught at Pratt in New York City and currently teaches Wordpress Design and Development and iPad Design and Development at UCLA Extension.

Brian Wood is an Adobe Certified Instructor in Dreamweaver CS5, Acrobat X Pro, Illustrator CS5, and the author of five training books (Illustrator, InDesign), all published by Peachpit Press, as well as numerous training videos and DVDs on Dreamweamver & CSS, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, including Acrobat multimedia and forms, Expression Web and others. In addition to training clients like Nordstrom, REI, Boeing, Costco, Starbucks, Nintendo, NBBJ and many, many others, Brian speaks regularly at national conferences, such as Adobe MAX, CSS  for Designers tour, The InDesign Conference, The Web Design Conference, The Creative Suite Conference, as well as events hosted by AIGA, GAG, STC, CASE and other industry organizations. 


Free for members pre-registered

$15 non-members pre-registered and pre-paid

$10 member at the door rate

$25 non-member at the door rate


When & Where
Wed, Aug 3, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Downtown Independent Theater
251 S Main St
Los Angeles 90012