digital media labs

Make your next tech project come to life in our digital media labs.

meet our digital media technology

Our four digital media labs are equipped with iMacs and the Adobe Creative Suite; two have additional equipment and software for post-production on your A.V. projects.


Each of our four digital media labs has a 27” iMac with retina display that creates an immersive experience. Enjoy the latest graphics technologies and higher bandwidth connectivity all on a colorful retina display to make your next project leap off the screen.

iMac in Digital Media Lab


Each Digital Media Lab computer is equipped with the full Adobe Creative Suite as well as additional software. The Adobe Creative Suite gives access to the entire collection of Adobe apps including built-in templates to jump-start your designs and step-by-step tutorials to sharpen your skills and get up to speed quickly.

  • Photoshop
  • Lightroom Classic
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Adobe XD
  • Premiere Pro
  • After Effects
  • Dimension
  • Dreamweaver
  • Acrobat Pro
  • Acrobat Reader

Other Software

  • Blender, a 3D Modeling Software
Woman working at computer creating presentation and looking at color palettes


Jump start your video recording in Digital Media Labs B with a green screen and photo studio light box. Ask for our Photography Equipment Kit at the service desk for even more equipment such as a tri-pod for your smart phone and ring light.

Jump start your audio recording in Digital Media Lab C with a USB Audio Box and sound deadening panels. Ask for the Audio Equipment Kit at the service desk for even more equipment such as microphones, headphones, and pop filters.

Photography equipment kit for Digital Media lab

digital media inspiration

How to Make A 3D Image

How to Make A 3D Image

by Jared Hart Over the past year or two, the Red/Blue 3D effect has been making a comeback. This effect is actually fairly easy to achieve in Photoshop. Here is a quick guide on how to make a 3D image, also known as an "anaglyph," using the Red/Blue 3D effect in...

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4 Ideas for Fall Art Projects

4 Ideas for Fall Art Projects

  by Daniel Wiseman Whether you're going back to school and/or anxiously awaiting for the fall festivities later on in the year–we have some exciting art activities that’d be fun to partake in while you go through the coolest time of the year! Here are 4 ideas...

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Intro to Adobe Creative Cloud Express

Intro to Adobe Creative Cloud Express

by Tyler Elks Adobe is a big name in the creative field. They offer programs and apps that help people create high quality content. One of the more recent releases from Adobe, as a part of the creative suite, is Adobe’s Creative Cloud Express. Read on for an Intro to...

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frequently asked questions

How can I book a reservation for a Digital Media Lab?

Book your reservations for our Digital Media Labs here. If you need assistance or answers to any other questions, please let our team know. 

How long are the reservation times in the Digital Media Labs?

The Digital Media Labs can be reserved in two-hour blocks of time up to up to four times per week. This includes consecutive blocks of time. If patrons are more than 10 minutes late for any reservation, the reservation is forfeit, and the equipment will be made available to other patrons upon request.

Which Digital Media Labs have equipment for post-production on audio and video projects?

If you are working on post-production for an audio or video project, please request Digital Media Lab C or Digital Media Lab D. Each of these rooms are equipped with JBL 305 P MkII Powered Studio Monitors, Shure KSM32/SL Single Diaphragm Microphone, Headphones, PreSonus Audio Box USB, USB 3 UHS-II Card Reader, and PreSonus Studio One Artist Edition Software.

Do I need a library card to use the Digital Media Labs?

You do not need a library card to use the Digital Media Labs, but we do ask that you bring a state-issued ID with you at the time of your reservation.

How can I take my files home?

Patrons can bring either an external hard drive or SD card to save their files to depending on their project. Ignite Studio also offers external hard drives that can be checked out and taken home for a short loan period.

Do you offer training on Adobe Creative Suite products?

At this time, we do not offer training on how to use the software in the Adobe Creative Suite. However, Adobe offers extensive tutorials for each piece of software that we encourage patrons to utilize.

How old do I have to be to use the Digital Media Labs?

Patrons must be in grades 6 and up to access the Digital Media Labs without an adult age 18+ present.

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