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SIGN & DIGITAL UK Preview 13:15 – 14:00 SignLab v10 highlights. Faster. Easier. More powerful A review of key features in the latest re- lease, SignLab v10.


Featuring: New design/special effects tools, new RIP features, enhanced production workflow and more.


14:30 – 15:00


SignLab specialty packages – featuring SignLab VersaWorks Edition and SignLab Mimaki Edition


Working closely with print manufacturers, CADlink has developed specialty versions of SignLab that are specifically designed to work seamlessly with the in the box RIP software. This session will focus on features that enable users to maximize the benefits of the print and ink technology provided with each of their devices.


Featuring: Contour cut-lines, working with colour palettes, utilising time saving tools such as variable data support, supersize image, and easy to use special effects fea- tures.


15:30 – 16:00 SignLab tips and tricks


Especially useful for existing SignLab users but also worthwhile if considering SignLab as your software option. This session will focus on the most common shortcuts and tools used in day to day design and pro- duction environments.


Featuring: Built-in software shortcuts, Sign- Lab 'power tools', Q&A, and other software solutions from CADlink.


Adobe programme 10.30-11.15


Sign Trade


Services Pavilion New to this year's show is sign trade services pavillion, which is a one-stop shop for essential sign making tools and equipment.


The pavilion will showcase suppliers that offer day-to-day items, such as sign blanks and accessories, tool kits, fittings and fixings, built up letters and LED lighting.


Suppliers that will show their range of tools and products include Archer Trade Signs, Chevronshop.com, Kunshan Yijiao Industrial Co., Latitude Mapping, PowerPax Signmaking Tools, Signtrade Letters and Welwyn Tool.


Developed directly in response to 2016 visitor feedback, this new show feature is one of a wide a range of 2017 show experiences dedicated to the sign mak- ing professional.


Creative cloud mission control – Adobe Bridge CC (2017)


Completely free! Bridge CC is Adobe’s flag- ship desktop media browser. A digital asset manager that allows you to efficiently locate, organise, browse, preview and batch process all your creative files. Supports most image, vector, audio and video file types.


11.30-12.30


Making colour simple – Adobe Creative Suite


During this 60 minute seminar you’ll dis- cover the benefits of taking control of your Adobe Creative Suite colour settings, suc- cessfully calibrate computer monitors and be introduced to the benefits of on-screen soft-proofing.


13.30-14.30 Ask Adobe – Adobe Photoshop CC (2017)


An interactive session designed to give you the opportunity to discover many of Photo- shop CC’s most useful new creative fea- tures.


14.45-15.45


Adobe InDesign CC (2017), Adobe Illustrator CC (2017)


Why choose one, when you can enjoy both! InDesign CC and Illustrator CC are best used as complementary applications to one another.Explore the strengths and weak- nesses of these creative power houses, to get the inside track to outshine the compe- tition.


16.00-16.45 Teach Me Video – Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2017)


92 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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