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DPS and iOS 7
Build apps that comply with Apple iOS7 design guidelines, including new light-colored user interface design themes. Excite readers with an updated user interface that uses translucency, clarity, and motion to engage and draw readers into your content. Use newly designed slot icons, subscription dialogs, navigation bars, Activity Sheets for sharing and more in the Viewer UI to help your readers navigate within your app and experience your content within iOS7 design guidelines. In addition, share articles with people near you using AirDrop, available as a new sharing option in iOS7 apps. Generate interest in your content when recipients receive shared article links via AirDrop, and open articles with one-click access in the new Mobile Safari Web Viewer (available for iPad) to experience interactivity and rich article content in the browser.
Standard Audience Metrics in DPS
Access new baseline analytics reports and view Standard Audience Accumulation metrics for digital readership that comply with the MPA Tablet Metrics guidelines. View new reports that deliver standard visibility into total readers, total sessions, total time spent per reader, and average sessions per reader - along with the ability to set accumulation settings across standard metrics. In addition, navigate baseline analytics dashboards more easily in the DPS Dashboard with a revamped, improved user interface. Gain access to analytics and export report data, including app launches, folio downloads, and content/interactivity performance - all more rapidly with the redesigned UI.
Danielle Villegas: Review of Marcia Riefer Johnston's "Word Up"
In this STC interview Danielle Villegas gives an enthusiastic review of "Word Up!", a new book by Marcia Reifer Johnston. "It's good for any type of writing that needs tightening up; not just tech comm."
Mastering Multiplayer Stage3D and AIR Game Development for Mobile Devices
Explore the exciting possibility of making a multiplayer game for multiple devices using the same codebase while maintaining desktop-like game quality. The session will be taught by two experts from Frima Studio: Jean-Philippe Doiron, principal architect R&D, and Luc Beaulieu, CTO.Join us to learn about:• The use of Stage3D across web and mobile deployments (with Adobe AIR)• The challenges encountered when attempting to maintain high-performance specifications on mobile devices • The required production pipeline and guidelines for deploying and debugging on iOS and Android • An overview of the deployment process, from start to finish• Techniques used to go from low fps for static scenes to 30+ fps for full gaming, like batching, change in render target, overdraw, native extensions, and FlasCC
File management is an important part of video post-production. Many times you will be using several media files of various formats that are essential to the finished piece. You want to be able to retrieve those files with minimal fuss, so it is important to have a consistent method of file organization. Follow the guidelines in this tutorial to help you with your workflow.
Camera Handling Video Tutorial
Whether you are shooting still images or video, the way you handle the camera can have an impact on your visual story. This tutorial covers the guidelines around camera handling so that your visual story has a greater impact on the viewer. Be creative and follow these guidelines to make your stories more dynamic.
Shot Composition Video Tutorial
The way you compose a shot determines the type of impact your story will have, whether you are shooting still images or video. A well-composed shot not only looks good, but also helps to communicate your message more effectively. This tutorial covers the shot composition guidelines that good visual storytellers should follow.
As a part of the Adobe Youth Voices program, peer feedback plays a very important role in the media making process. Feedback can take place throughout the process beginning with the initial pitch and continuing through postproduction with a Rough Cut screening. Giving feedback can be a delicate thing and should be done in a respectful and supportive way; it’s important that you follow some simple guidelines when giving feedback to the artist. In this video you’ll learn about the importance of Critical Response.