Jennifer Smith’s expertise bridges the gap between design and development of print, web, and interactive design.
Jennifer’s career started when she was one of the first creative directors to push the limits of technology and its integration with design. She has since managed and developed projects for companies such as Adobe, Microsoft, Reebok, Hershey Foods, Hasbro, Nike, and more. Jennifer’s expertise lies in interpreting highly technical information and presenting it in a clear and easy-to-understand manner.
In addition to teaching and consulting, Jennifer is also a UX designer who creates educational IOS apps, websites, and apps for Windows devices. She is directly involved in the entire process from brainstorming to research, prototyping, wireframing, testing, and final visual design.
Jennifer has written more than 20 books on technology and design, as well as over 100 publications used for curricula. Her books include: Digital Classroom: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop CC, The Adobe Creative Cloud For Dummies (versions CS through CC), Adobe Creative Suite Web Premium, Adobe Illustrator Classroom in a Book, and more. Jennifer is the co–founder of American Graphics Institute, which has classroom training centers in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia.
Christopher Smith is president of the American Graphics Institute. He is the author of more than ten books on web, interactive, and print publishing technology, including many of the Adobe official training guides. ...