Creative Latitude extends a special welcome to new member,
Since 1990, Fred Showker has published DT&G,
the first and longest continually published zine online for
the graphic design, desktop publishing and visual communications
It's one of the few remaining online resources to have moved
to the web in 1994 which continue with a "reader driven"
Zine and The
Design & Publishing Center have received more awards
than can be published here, including C|Net's "Site of
the Day," USA
Today's "Hot Site," Publish Magazine's "Site
to See," and the coveted APEX award for best electronic
publication in 1998. David Pogue, in Macworld Magazine said
is a one man tour de force of advice, instruction and how-to's
pertaining to all things graphic!" and "There are
other ezines about design and art. But none approach the usefulness
of this one."
Most of the items appearing in DT&G
are real-life questions and problems from readers, or folks
who have attended seminars, workshops, or make-over clinics
conducted by Fred.
Each month DT&G
offers a mixture of content for creatives from articles
and interviews with leading personalities in the industry,
design critiques to Photoshop
tips & tricks, to Q&A from the Photoshop
911 hot line.
Design & Review
Tips & Tricks
911 emergency call
And last, but not least:
Workshops and Seminars
Well, almost last we can't forget 60-Second
Window, with Fred Showker (when does he have the time?)
Ok, ok, ok, just the one more Fred Showker is a Board
member of The User Group Academy and The Association Of Apple
Computer Users & Groups (AACUG).
There he publishes the "MUG"
newspaper, and his own column "This
For more information on any of his various interests,
Fred Showker, Director