Daily Deal: The Complete Adobe Suite Mastery Package
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The Complete Adobe Suite Mastery Package will give you the tools you need to learn all about the ins and outs of the widely used web and graphic design tools. Over this comprehensive bundle, you’ll learn how to use the Adobe Suite to create stunning illustrations, magazines, websites, and much more. You’ll dive into features that range from beginner to advanced as you get familiar with this incredibly useful tool. The bundle includes 135 courses and is on sale for $99.
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Comments on “Daily Deal: The Complete Adobe Suite Mastery Package”
Doesn’t Actually Include The Software
Looks like you have to pay extra for the actual software that you’re getting the training on.
Might I suggest you learn about Free Software instead, like Gimp, Krita, MyPaint, Inkscape, Blender and so on. The nice thing is, you can get an ∞-day trial version for any of them, which gives you 100% of the features of the full version, for $0, which is a 100% discount. Or get a special Linux Distro Bundle, which includes all of them, plus an integrated full-featured Crash-Proof™ OS to run them on, for a further $0.
Then at any time before the ∞-day trial period is up, you can upgrade to the full versions for a small one-off additional payment of $0.
That sounds a bit better than Windows 10, doesn’t it?
Re: Doesn’t Actually Include The Software
hee hee hee
you sly dog…
as kampers may know, adobe REALLY does not want to ‘sell’ the software, they want to get you on yhe hook to ‘subscribe’ for approximately a pound of flesh per month…
as it so happens, my work provides this suite, but i really only use a very small subset of cmds for my work, but i might be interested in these tuts to get a better handle on using more features…
Actual Software Doesn't Exist.
For me it looks like you have to pay extra for the actual software that you’re getting the training on.