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behance-russi-prositeI, like many out there, have my doubts about the Creative Cloud in terms of it being the singular way to gain access to Adobe software in the future. However, as I’ve been browsing around in the Creative Cloud, I’ve come across some pretty cool things, some of which are completely irrelevant to filmmaking and some of which are more relevant than ever. Perhaps the most helpful tool I’ve come across is one that came with Adobe’s partnership with the creative content network, Behance. That tool is ProSite, and it allows you to create and completely customize your own portfolio or creative company website, and the best part is that it’s completely free with an Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription. More »

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As some of you may know — and as others may be glad to hear — we are redesigning this site from the ground up. Some of you may also know about a recently-launched, already-popular tech site by the name of The Verge. As we set out to redesign our own web experience, The Verge has similarly been expanding with a sister site about video games, Polygon — which just launched today — and they decided to document the process thoroughly with a web series. That series, entitled Press Reset, is reminiscent in tone of the great Indie Game: The Movie, and I recommend it if you’re interested in what goes into designing and launching a web site. I’ve embedded several episodes after the jump, and I’ll do my best to relate them to filmmaking as well as our own little fledgling web redesign. We also talk to Senior Producer Stephen Greenwood about the production of the show. More »