September 3, 2014 § Leave a comment
One of the many great things about Photoshop World is the opportunity to learn something around every corner. While pre-conference workshops were in session this afternoon, other vendors hosted free workshops and classes. One such vendor was Squarespace, a company that makes it super easy to host and build a website for us non-developers – which is a major reason I use them currently to host my own site. They held two workshops: one for starting a website, and a more in depth class to delve a little deeper into tweaking sites. I chose to take the latter class, which was really great. I was able to learn more about utilizing Squarespace to make my site a better user experience for myself and my visitors. I look forward to utilizing the tools that I learned this afternoon.
I loved sitting in a classroom of other users, and uncovering a nugget that made all of us say, “Ah ha!”.
Thank you to Squarespace for offering this class and for providing free transportation from the Mandalay Bay!
The Expo Hall at PSW is also a great place for free classes. If you didn’t get a conference pass this year, you can get a free expo pass for Thursday and Friday and still learn something from vendors that host demos.