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Building Mobile Learning with Your Existing eLearning Toolkit
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
See how mobile learning can be achieved using Adobe Creative Suite 5 and Adobe AIR. Most smartphones are capable of using learning content created with these tools without needing native development. This approach accelerates development, lowers costs, and increases adoption thanks to cross-platform compatibility. Various mobile platforms will be explored, featuring mobile web content and applications. Testing and debugging using Adobe Device Central and other testing platforms will be examined.
Developing for Multiple Screens
In this episode, trainer Paul Trani will show you how you can start developing for mobile devices using the very powerful Device Central CS5 as well as taking advantage of device specific capabilities like the accelerometer and gestures available in Flash Professional CS5.
Sony Ericsson QuadraPop by BlueskyNorth Ltd.
This popular mobile device-based video game provides an enhanced user experience, with greater interactivity and access through a variety of platforms. The game was created with Adobe Device Central CS4, Dreamweaver CS3, Flash CS4 Professional, Flash Lite, and Photoshop CS3 Extended.
Fanbase Mobile by AgencyNet and Atlantic Records
Working together, Atlantic Records and AgencyNet created a mobile application that allows music fans to connect and follow their favorite artists with real-time news and notes. Fanbase Mobile was developed using Adobe Device Central CS4, Dreamweaver CS4, Flash CS4 Professional, and Photoshop CS4.
Designing for the Mobile Lifestyle: A Conversation with Punchcut
Show: XD Inspire
XD Experience Design Manager, Matt Snow, talks with Punchcut's Jared Benson and Christian Robertson, about designing interfaces not just for mobile devices, but for the mobile lifestyle.
Production Premium CS4: Creating After Effects mobile compositions
Show: Digital Video CS4
Select mobile devices in Adobe Device Central and create After Effects compositions tailored to their video specifications.