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Suzanne Mescan: Component Content Management Advantages
Suzanne Mescan of VASONT SYSTEMS discusses how component content management solutions (CCMS) differs from traditional CMS. Component content management stores content at the topic or sub-topic level, which is ideal for technical communications. This allows a chunk of "documentation" to be authored one time and used multiple times throughout publications, saving time and cost in translation and other areas.
Create like Crazy with Edge Animate
Expect the unexpected when Simon Widjaja takes you on an inspiring journey through his numerous experiments using Adobe Edge Animate and Edge Tools & Services. Attend this session to see the full impact of Edge Animate on web and motion design and creative coding.Widjaja will embark on an unconventional path to:• Showcase advanced effects including parallax effects as well as overslides and how to remotely control them• Demonstrate more complex stuff like gaming projects and CMS integration• Outline how a set of free extensions and components can save real-world projects
The Last Millisecond
Show: Adobe Summit 2013
In order to create the kinds of individualized digital experiences that drive consumers to act, brands have to understand how to optimize the few moments between an action – a click, a tap, a swipe – and an experience. Join Brad Rencher, Adobe’s SVP & GM of Digital Marketing, and special guests as we illustrate how Adobe’s solutions are bringing together the four key components of the last millisecond for brands and consumers.
Episode 5: Spice up your WordPress Site with Edge Animate
In this episode you will learn how to spice up your CMS-driven websites with Edge Animate compositions. Learn how to integrate your creative animations into any WordPress website easily. While the first part introduces compositions in content fields, the second part shows how to pimp your theme using Edge Animate.
Advanced Integration Techniques for Muse (codename)
Show: MAX 2011 Design
Muse (codename) is a public preview of new technology for designers who would like to build HTML websites without writing code. Learn how Muse allows designers comfortable with code to include arbitrary HTML code, making it easy to add elements like Google maps, YouTube videos, Facebook like buttons, and such. We’ll also show you how to take advantage of content management system (CMS) extensibility with back-end solutions like the Business Catalyst CMS or Adobe Photoshop Lightroom galleries built with Flash technology.