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Carol Yoho

Contact Carol at Washburn

My background is in fine arts and media education. I have been involved in producing print and non-print graphics for nearly 45 years..

I hold a Master of Science degree in Media Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Washburn University.

Currently I do free-lance graphics work for private businesses in the Topeka area and web work for various groups and departments at Washburn University.

I was an Adjunct Faculty Member at Washburn University of Topeka.

I worked at the KU Medical Center where I supported faculty in planning and creating multimedia classroom presentations, computer-interactive presentations, Distance Education and networked instruction. 

I worked at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where I created traditional overhead transparencies, slides and video materials.

At Jostens in Topeka I traveled, representing the company by providing yearbook publishing training, and created original yearbook artwork for clients.

I have years of experience in cartooning, illustration, image manipulation, screen design, and instructional development. I take particular interest in the process of acquiring (scanning) and modifying images and creating original computer images, web publishing, and computer animation.

Software I use:

  • Macromedia Dreamweaver 
  • Adobe In-Design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements
  • Adobe Illustrator 
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Internet Explorer web browser
  • Firefox web browser
  • Opera web browser
  • Corel's Paint Shop Pro
  • Quark XPress
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Excel 
  • Microsoft Word 
  • Microsoft Access 
  • Other software which I have used:
  • Macromedia Director
  • Macromedia Flash
  • Macromedia Authorware 
  • Macromedia Freehand
  • Adobe Premiere 

View my list of professional activities.

I also have many interests beyond my professional duties, many of which are reflected in the photo essays which appear on my Archives page on this site.

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