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About the Design Matters Seminar

This hands-on, one-day workshop will take your visual savvy to an entirely different level as you sit with the MO Guys and learn how to create powerful media for worship. The day is a mix of fresh ideas and techniques that you can learn, take home and use right away.

 width=The Design Matters seminar is designed for specialists in the area of image, video, design, and technology. Whether a pastor, worship leader / musician, media person, or artist, whether staff or volunteer, you will leave the day with a long list of new things to try, websites to visit, and techniques to implement. Most importantly, you’ll leave excited and energized about communicating the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Show, Don’t Just Tell: Take advantage of a unique opportunity on a one-day workshop format to learn by doing. We invite everyone to bring their own laptops with Adobe Elements or Photoshop pre-loaded (at least verison 6 of Photoshop or version 2 of Elements is preferred). We will direct you with step-by-step live tutorials for implementing techniques we discuss.

If you don’t have a laptop, no worries: you will have the opportunity to focus on our methods as we walk through the specifics.

Click on a headings the right to learn more about the Design Matters seminar, including what you’ll learn, who it’s for and the agenda for the day. God is moving in local churches across North America to make the gospel real to people of the digital age, and we’re excited to be along for the ride.

4 Comments so far »

  1. Karen said,

    Wrote on April 8, 2009 @ 10:10 am

    We currently just use PowerPoint. If we attend the Design Matters Seminar with our laptop, should we invest in Adobe Elements or Photoshop before we come? Which one is simpler and more affordable for a small country church? We just have one screen in the center of a small sanctuary. Would appreciate your opinion.


  2. The MO Guys said,

    Wrote on April 8, 2009 @ 10:51 am

    Karen, Adobe Elements would be great for you. The instructions are given for both Adobe Photoshop and Elements. Hope to see you there!

    The MO Guys

  3. David Stout said,

    Wrote on August 20, 2009 @ 3:36 pm

    Which presentation programs are compatible with Macs and how do they compare with Apple’s own Keynote?

  4. The MO Guys said,

    Wrote on August 21, 2009 @ 12:25 am

    Hey David, that would currently be ProPresenter, as the only Mac solution. It’s like Keynote, but better. It has databasing capability, which means that you can call up stuff on the fly. Worth the price. We use it at my church.

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