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Is it cloudy yet? (Adobe Creative Cloud)

Image sourced from adobe.com So if you are a visual artist who does it commercially you probably use the Adobe Suite of products. Illustrator (I’m a vectors girl), Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere, the works A few of us have bought a copy of CS6 (or are using a corporate licence courtesy of their employer).  Based on a […]

Anatomy of Creative Cities: A Case of Nairobi

By Chris Orwa Inspired by  Afrinnovator’s blog post  exploring the idea of the creative class in an African city (update: the blog seems to be offline presently), I set to answer the question, ‘what makes a great city?’  Some argue it’s the food or the music, others, the architecture.  Either way, it is the innovation applied […]

iHub Outreach: ADD Talk

The Creative Landscape: A talk at University of Nairobi, School of the Arts and Design – Post by Jimmy Gitonga “How much do you want to earn when you leave campus?” “500,000″, said a young man in a black T-shirt, “a week”. Jimmy Gitonga, who giving the talk, shook his head in disbelief. The young […]

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