This session will explore how clients could be using Adobe Digital Marketing Suite solutions to: engage effectively online, convert visitors to loyal customers, and accelerate online revenue growth. Particular focus will be paid to conversion optimization and web content management solutions.
adobe, Partners, summit, Adam Justis, Adobe Partners, Digital Marketing Suite, Kevin Cochrane, breakout session, partner day, partner day breakout
In this Adobe/STC interview, Iconlogic's Kevin Siegel expresses a wish list for ePubs: "we are hoping that ePub technology will catch up with the industry. We not only want to take our content out to digital format, but we also want to have interactive content in ePubs to have value add." Kevin maintains that Help authors need to fully embrace HTML5 in order to deliver to multiple platforms.
We're taking a completely fresh look at how marketers can share and understand data about their businesses and campaigns, and better collaborate with creative professionals. We have been pursuing this under the name "Project Tartan", and it will be a whole new user experience for Adobe Marketing Cloud. We've designed it mobile-first, hosted in the cloud, and with social throughout -- this is a great example of the new generation of software coming from teams at Adobe.
Editing Images with Natural Language:
Photo editing can be a challenging task, and it becomes even more difficult on the small, portable screens of mobile devices that are now frequently used to capture and edit images. To address this problem we present PixelTone, a multimodal photo editing interface that combines speech and direct manipulation. We observe existing image editing practices and derive a set of principles that guide our design. In particular, we use natural language for expressing desired changes to an image, and sketching to localize these changes to specific regions. To support the language commonly used in photoediting we develop a customized natural language interpreter that maps user phrases to specific image processing operations. Finally, we perform a user study that evaluates and demonstrates the effectiveness of our interface.
In this conversation on innovation, Kevin Lynch talks to Stephen Elop, President & CEO of Nokia Corporation. Stephen and Kevin first worked together at Macromedia, where Stephen became CEO, and then later when Macromedia became part of Adobe.
With his long time business partner Chuck Geschke, John was co-founder of Adobe, inventor of PostScript, and recipient of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, one of the nation’s highest honors bestowed on scientists, engineers and inventors. John and Chuck also were recently awarded the Marconi Prize, considered the highest honor specifically for contributions to information science and communications.
Aug 22, 2011
Adobe Founders, John Warnock, invention, kevin lynch, technology innovation, Adobe CTO
Adobe’s Kevin Lynch interviews Tim O’Reilly, founder & CEO of O’Reilly Media, on the topic of innovation. O'Reilly Media, a computer book publisher, also hosts technology conferences, including the O'Reilly Open Source Convention, and the Web 2.0 Summit.
Learn how to use the Adobe Flash Media Server Family of tools and technologies to create high-definition media experiences. Master the workflow from live encoding to creating a media player using Open Source Media Framework, leveraging Flash Media Server and Dynamic Streaming to create the highest possible quality for the end user and Flash Access for content protection. This session will also introduce you to the experiences of some key customers driving high quality experiences online today that draw audiences from around the world.
Product Version: CC
Apr 13, 2010
flash media server, Kevin Towes, Open Source Media Framework, flash access, http dynamic streaming
Learn about this new feature in Flash Player 10.1 that gives content creators, developers, and publishers more choice in high quality media delivery while maintaining the reach of the Flash Platform. HTTP Dynamic Streaming enables leveraging existing caching infrastructures (CDN’s, ISP’s, office caching, home networking) and provides tools to integrate adaptive streaming into encoding workflows. Come here how you can use this new feature for both live and video on demand plus options for content protection using Flash Access.
Product Version: CC
Apr 13, 2010
Kevin Towes, flash access, http dynamic streaming
Find out how P2P technology (RTMFP) and the Adobe Flash Platform can help create new business opportunities and drive viewership and interactivity to your online application. You'll learn the building blocks of development with RTMFP and how you can leverage it in your applications to add real-time video, voice, and data flow with minimal cost. Get inspired by seeing how customers are using P2P today in their applications, and learn how you can employ them in your online experience.