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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Join creative director, designer, and instructor Tim Bigonia as he explores and details graphic design techniques and design application software training. Tim is a seasons creative with more than 25 years practical experience working with local and international clients on a variety of advertising and marketing projects. From directing photo and video shoots to creating multi-piece, retail promotional campaigns, Tim has a wide range of concept and production knowledge. In his teaching career, spanning nearly 25 years, Tim has focused on presenting his college-level students with real-world application proficiencies that will benefit them outside the classroom. Learning a specific Adobe application software is more than simply knowing where to select menu items, but it is also understanding how to effectively design using this complicated and expansive digital tool. Contact Tim anytime at [email protected]
English
United States
16 episodes
since May, 2015

LATEST EPISODE

015 - HOW DO YOU MANAGE YOUR PASSWORDS?

· transcript
Let’s dive into the wonderful world of protecting our many, many passwords. I would ideally like to assume that everyone listening to this podcast uses one of the many password manager options out there, but I believe I can safely assume that many of you may just never haver pulled the trigger on officially using one.    It’s safe to say when it comes to passwords, keeping your login information under lock and key with a proven password manager is not only a good idea, but one that is necessary.  Of course the the question is, which one. We'll discuss the best choices, their features, and help you make the choice, today.
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