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Sign & Digital UK seminar details are online

Sign & Digital UK seminar details are online

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Sign & Digital UK, which this year will take place on 24th-26th March in Halls 17 & 18 at Birmingham’s NEC, has now announced further details of its 2015 seminar programme and posted information relating to three of this year’s five theatre timetables,online.

They detail 15 daily sessions, which are designed to explore the show’s theme, ‘Creating Business Connections’. Schedules for the final two theatres, the Business Theatre and the Signmakers’ Workshop, will be announced during the coming weeks.

Featuring a range of expert speakers, practical demonstrations and workshops, the Sign & Digital UK seminar series presents visitors with a vital opportunity to seek the latest industry advice, and to learn all about the latest trends.

Adobe Theatre

The ever-popular Adobe Theatre, which will feature five workshops daily, will provide attendees with practical tips and advice on mastering their software packages most effectively. This includes the ‘Creativity Overload’ session that is designed to help people refine their Photoshop editing skills, and the ‘Don’t break the grid’ session, where attendees will learn countless workflow improvement tips and timesaving tricks.

Other workshops will focus on Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Bridge and offerlots of useful tips and advice.

Corel Theatre

Combining a range of practical workshops and product demonstrations, the 2015 Corel Theatre is designed to appeal to everyone working within the design, sign,print, embroidery and promotional products sectors.

The sessions will include a practical step-by-step guide to creating various items, including business cards and posters using CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7. Attendees will also learn how to create and customise their own webstore and also how shoppers can customise products using DecoNetwork.

Those working with apparel and promotional items, garment printing, embroidery and appliqué, will enjoy dedicated sessions in the Wilcom DecoStudioe3 workshop.

SignLab Theatre

Wide-format design and production software specialist, CADlink Technology will present a series of seminars focusing on best practice print and cut, sign and display design and production workflows.

Session highlights will include an introduction to the use of dedicated sign-making software packages, and offer tips and advice on how attendees can use the most common tools to their best advantage.

The ‘SignLab for Mimaki’ session will help the users of Mimaki printers to boost their design and production workflows and cover such key areas as print and cut set-up, the use of time saving tools, how to supersize images and how to use special effect features.

The ‘SignLab for Versaworks’ session will focus on the features that will enable Roland users to maximise the benefits offered by Roland’s print and ink technology. Practical skills will include contour cut-lines, working with VersaWorks colour palette and working with Roland’s colour profiles and its metallic and white ink sets.

 All seminar sessions are free and operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Full timetables can be found at www.signanddigitaluk.com/seminars/.

Sign & Digital UK is free to attend and registration is now open. Sign up at www.signanddigitaluk.com, or to enquire about exhibiting, please contact the show team on +44 (0) 1342 332000, or email signanddigitaluk@fav-house.com

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