Adobe MAX Keynote Day 1 – Interview and Event Summary with Janine Warner, Author and Web Designer at DigitalFamily.com
Adobe promised to unleash some creativity at the annual event for Web designers, developers and business pro’s and they delivered. To get a perspective for what the first day’s event meant for Web professionals, I sat down with Janine Warner, Author and Web designer at DigitalFamily.com. Janine, is an excellent communicator and provides key insights on the value proposition and job opportunities for Web professionals.
The day one keynote explored some of the latest technology trends and how they are impacting Adobe tools and solutions.
Highlights of the keynote:
– The major announcement was the unveiling of Adobe® Creative Cloud, a new initiative from the company that redefines the content creation process. Over time, Adobe Creative Cloud will become a focal point for the worldwide creative community, where creative professionals can access desktop and tablet applications and essential creative services, as well as share their best work.
– As part of this exciting announcement, MAX attendees will receive a complimentary year of an Adobe Creative Cloud membership.* The membership is expected to start in the first half of 2012 and coincide with the availability of Adobe Creative Cloud. MAX attendees will be contacted early next week with more details. *Certain limitations may apply.
– The introduction of Adobe Touch Apps, a new family of intuitive touch screen applications designed for Android™ tablets and Apple iPad that enable anyone to explore ideas and present their creativity anytime, anywhere. Inspired by the Creative Suite, these stunning new apps bring professional-level creativity to millions of tablet users. Learn more about the first six exciting new apps today:
Adobe Photoshop® Touch
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