Do you want to level up your assignments or create an engaging online portfolio to capture the attention of future employers? Look no further than Swinburne’s talented Adobe Digital Coaches.
As Australia’s first Adobe Creative Campus, all staff and students have free access to the full suite of Adobe design programs.
And even more valuable is the expertise of the Digital Coaches to help staff and students use the technology to find solutions across all study and research areas.
So much more than photo editing
Many of us tend to associate Adobe with “Photoshop”, now a verb synonymous with the Kardashian-esque urge to digitally remove pores and skin imperfections.
The way Swinburne’s Digital Coaches can help you implement the technology may achieve fewer Vogue covers, but is infinitely more interesting and valuable for study and research.
These trailblazing, boundary-pushing creators are current students or alumni who are passionate about sharing their talents, not just with Photoshop, but with the full Creative Cloud suite of Adobe programs. That means you can get help to edit film, create wire-frame mobile apps, produce podcasts, create infographics or a digital portfolio. The list goes on and only ends with your imagination.
Find out how Adobe Digital Coaches can help you take your study and research to the next level by booking a free one on one session or joining a free group workshop at www.sdlhub.org.au/adobe-coaches
You can access recordings from past workshops online and be the first to find out about new events by following @swinadobehub on Instagram.
Meet the team
Adele is in the final year of her Bachelor of Engineering degree with a major in product design. She gets passionate about all sorts of designs, especially those focused on sustainability and usability. Adele supports students with research and fabrication as a Design Technical Officer at ProtoLAB, Swinburne’s Design and Architecture Prototyping Lab, and is Swine Magazine’s graphic designer.
Tom is a screen production graduate with a passion for video editing. He believes the only bad project, product or obscure creation is one you did not make. He loves helping students and staff turn their ideas into reality.
Tiffany is in her final year studying a Bachelor of Screen Production. She enjoys all things cinema, especially sound design and producing. Tiffany aims to support other students exploring design as a means of communication and self-expression.
Emily is a Gumbaynggirr/Barkindji student studying a double degree with communication design and marketing majors. She loves to make design and creativity more accessible, and enjoys collaborating on projects.
Sylvio is a Master of Design graduate. Originally from Jakarta, Indonesia, he chose to study in Melbourne in 2013 to learn more about design. His passion is in motion and graphic design.
Julia Madeleine Stella is a final year animation and game design student. Her focus is in 2D digital animation with narrative and visual development, and she has a passion for animation’s unique ability for storytelling. Julia is dedicated to helping students across disciplines showcase their work to the world.
Dinh is a design graduate who loves illustration and storytelling. She believes every design should tell a story, and is skilled in branding, publication, websites, campaigns and illustration.