The world's increased emotional dependency on our mobile devices is having profound effects on consumer's expectations for the experience they receive. Nimbletank's Chris Minas will explore leading case studies from the world of technology and mobile.
Create a truly memorable site by learning how to set a slideshow to the full width of the screen and at a fixed height, so that it spans the right and left edges of the screen whether viewing on a large desktop monitor or small mobile device screen.
Experience the high-impact ways brands and publishers are engaging their users on tablet and mobile devices using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. See examples of corporate publications, education content, sales enablement apps, customer engagement content, sports guides and magazines.
May 08, 2014
Apps, DPS, Digital Publishing, Momentum, Sizzle, Symposium
See how you can create and publish dynamic websites for desktop and mobile devices that meet the latest web standards — without writing code. Quickly plan your site by laying a smart foundation. Design using familar tools and keyboard shortcuts, and create unique mobile versions. Add engaging interactivity including slide shows and contact forms, plus add scroll effects and Adobe Edge animations. Preview and test your site before going live, and when you're ready, publish with Adobe or with the hosting provider of your choice.
Product Version: CC
Nov 15, 2013
html, Adobe, Muse, no code, professional, unique, website
Author Mark Baker discusses the "tool-independent" approach to topic-based authoring that he covers in his book, "Every Page Is Page One." Baker maintains that even if you are authoring content you think is destined for print, it will eventually be consumed either on the web or via mobile devices. Users can use search to "start" consuming your content at nearly any point.
Max Schleser is a filmmaker who explores mobile devices as creative and educational tools. His portfolio includes various experimental and collaborative documentary projects, which are screened at film and new media festivals internationally. Schleser co-founded the Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa. He teaches video production and supervises MDes, MFA and PhD students.
Here are tips to improve the display of your PDF files on mobile devices, including how to change page layout to a single column, how to add tags to provide structure, how to optimize the PDF file for quicker use and more.
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, Terry White shows how to use Adobe InDesign to generate QR codes for your printed materials. These standard QR codes can then be scanned by mobile devices and taken right to your website or other information.
Product Version: CC
Aug 26, 2013
Adobe, Creative Cloud, QR Codes, Terry White
A multimillion-dollar casino resort makeover to attract travelers wouldn’t be complete without a new website that’s equally exciting. The Palms Casino Resort’s new website is as vibrant and engaging as Las Vegas, delivering unique experiences whether the customer is interacting via the web, mobile device, or social network, all with the help of Adobe Experience Manager.
Aug 14, 2013
CQ, Web content management, Adobe Experience Manager, Las Vegas, Marketing Cloud, Palms, Palms Casino Resort, SapientNitro
Your finished artwork may end up being viewed on-screen, printed on a 4-color press, or viewed on a mobile device. Learn how to set up color settings in Illustrator to match the color capabilities of the final destination for best results. Author Andy Anderson explores some techniques that will help you design your artwork with the end in mind. Learn more from the complete Adobe Illustrator CC course at Infiniteskills.com.
Although there are several ways to preview published content w/in RoboHelp 10, one of the most convenient is Multiscreen Preview. In this 2.5 minute video, you can see how a very long headline could cause a problem for text wrap on a small mobile device screen. Multiscreen Preview enables you to preview 3 platforms at once; in this case iPhone, Kindle Fire and desktop.
Adobe Creative Cloud provides all the tools you need to go from script to screen and beyond to create your greatest work. It gives you the very latest versions of the tools and services you love, coupled with more efficient ways to collaborate with your peers and share your work with the creative community. In this video, Adobe Evangelist Jason Levine showcases many of the tools, including Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, SpeedGrade CC, Prelude CC, Story CC Plus, and Adobe Audition CC. You can now access Creative Cloud from the web, from the applications you love, from your desktop, or even from your mobile device.
Product Version: CC
Jun 18, 2013
Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Story, After Effects, Audio, Audition, Broadcast, Colorgrading, Editing, Filmmaking
Join Adobe Senior Product Manager Bryan O'Neil Hughes in a dialogue that revolves around the direction of digital imaging. Photography and creative imaging are evolving at an incredible rate as mobile devices become more pervasive in today's workflows. Being at the forefront of these workflows, we'd like to hear from you — and share some of our discoveries as well.In this session, you'll:• Hear about some of the exciting possibilities Adobe is working on in our labs• Have the opportunity to provide feedback on today's digital workflow and your needs• Discuss your use of mobile technologies and how they are becoming a part of your workflow• Be a part of something that may change the way you and your colleagues work
In this video, I'll guide you through using our New Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Encore CS6 to burn Bluray and DVD disc in a few easy steps. I'll also give you some quick tips on making videos with interactive poster frames and chapter markers for iPad, iPhone, AppleTV and other mobile devices.
Learn how to build unique tablet and smartphone versions of your desktop site. With Adobe Muse, you can create distinctive and relevant experiences whether the site is viewed on a large monitor while sitting at a desk or on a small screen while on the go. Adobe Muse Group Product Manager Dani Beaumont will show you how to:• Define unique site plans and master pages for tablet and smartphone layouts• Design the content and style for each experience• Link phone numbers to automatically dial when tapped, and email addresses to open an email client with the "To" address already filled in• Work with touch-enabled Adobe Muse widgets in mobile layouts so that site menu navigation, slide shows, forms, and more will work automatically, with the touch of a finger
Learn how Adobe Ideas can help you create quick vector illustrations even if you don't usually draw. Brian Yap, illustrator and creative director at Boxing Clever in Saint Louis, will demonstrate several techniques to create illustrations from reference images.In this session, you'll:• Learn the basics of creating illustrations on a mobile device with Adobe Ideas• See how the latest update lets you use new brush options and layer features• Discover how to take an illustration from Adobe Ideas to a finished piece using Adobe Creative Cloud and Illustrator
See how game developers and publishers around the world continue to push the limits of what's possible on the web and on mobile devices with the latest Adobe Flash gaming technology. You'll have the chance to see some of the newest and most innovative games delivered with Flash.Join members of the worldwide Gaming Evangelism team as they:• Showcase 10 of the most impressive desktop and mobile games from around the world• Explain the story, production process, and technology behind each game• Discuss the keys to success in a global market
Optimizing content for speed across mobile devices is critical for successfully deploying web content. Learn about best practices and tips for performance-tweaking your CSS.Paul Irish, developer advocate at Google, and Terry Ryan, developer evangelist at Adobe, will teach:• Skills for performance testing to find performance bottlenecks• Tools and strategies for optimizing web content• What to keep in mind for performance-tuning CSS on mobile
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
Learn how to work with Adobe Edge Tools & Services to design and create content for mobile devices. Serge Jespers, Adobe solutions architect and evangelist, will walk through building a mobile application using the tools and services in the Edge family.In this session, you'll learn how to:• Design mobile-ready user interfaces in Edge Animate• Make your Edge Animate project ready for code• Add JQuery and PhoneGap API calls in Edge Code• Test your project on multiple devices with Edge Inspect• Build a mobile application installer with PhoneGap Build
Get maximum creative impact from all the tools in your Creative Cloud by discovering the ease and power of its video solutions. Tools like Adobe® Premiere® Pro and Adobe® After Effects® allow you to create simple text animations in five minutes, and using Adobe® Audition to clean up audio or remove sounds. Take Photoshop or Adobe® Illustrator® further by seeing how to easily animate in After Effects — if you've used Puppet Warp in Photoshop, learn how to animate it! Expand your output potential by learning the right way to produce video for tablets and mobile devices.
Apr 26, 2013
Premiere Pro, Photoshop , After Effects, CCT, Create Now Hong Kong, Creative Cloud
Websites, mobile devices, apps. Multiple platforms, adaptive layout, HTML5. Web development is transforming. See how Creative Cloud delivers on our mission to move the web forward and give web designers and developers the best tools and services in the world. This session will cover the new CSS tools in Photoshop, as well as showcase the new Edge Tools and Services platform — a comprehensive set of the tools and services needed by web designers and developers throughout the creative process.
Apr 26, 2013
Photoshop , CCT, Create Now Hong Kong, Creative Cloud, Edge, Web
See how easy it is to publish to HTML5 multiscreen from FrameMaker 11 via RoboHelp 10, in Tech Comm Suite 4, using the DEFAULT PROJECT that is supplied within FrameMaker. Stunning results in just a few mouse clicks.
Mar 12, 2013
FrameMaker, HTML5, Mobile devices, RoboHelp, defaults, tablets, Tech Comm Suite
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 video Evangelist Paul Trani takes you through a new tool Adobe is working on called Reflow. Reflow allows designers to create and style layouts and then make that same layout responsive, allowing it to work across desktop, tablet and mobile devices. Download Adobe Edge Reflow Preview from the Creative Cloud today and give us your feedback through the Adobe Forums or on Twitter: @Reflow @PaulTrani
The Oklahoma Sooner football team converted its print Gameday program to an iPad and iPhone app using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. The app heightens the reading experience through video and audio recordings of past games and extended stats and information on each player. The Sooners are leaders in re-imagining a print product on an interactive mobile device.
Mike Nann, Director of Marketing & Communications at Digital Rapids, talks about the changing marketplace for digital video content on desktops and devices and how Adobe's vision for the future is addressing broadcasters' needs.
In this tutorial, learn how you can open and save PDF documents directly to Acrobat.com within Acrobat or Adobe Reader XI. Once your files are uploaded to Acrobat.com, you can share them with others using mobile devices.
Aug 31, 2012
cloud mobile host access iPad iOS iPhone android
The new Content Simulator allows you to effectively simulate how your Flash content is going to behave on a mobile device. This video demonstrates simulation of events specific to mobile, such as touch and drag, geolocation, and reacting to the accelerometer.
Product Version: CC
May 06, 2012
GeoLocation, Mobile Device, accelerometer, flash professional, new features, production premium, Anastasia McCune, CS6, Content Simulator, Design and Web Premium
Artist and Creative Director, Brian Yap, pushes the boundaries by being among the first to implement Touch app technology to design in a new way. Yap is able to achieve his pen and ink inspired look uncompromised with Adobe Ideas and saves the several steps of sketching, scanning and inking. Adobe Ideas has made his iPad his newest design tool. Although he designs in a cutting edge digital way with the iPad, the work that he creates can be printed in a very traditional method. He enjoys the freedom of working away from his desktop and he sees this as just the beginning of the changes to the way artists work. Check out Brian's Behance page: behance.net/brianyap
Kyle Lambert is a fine artist based in the UK and was formally trained as an oil painter. He currently freelances and specializes in painting, illustration and animation. Used to the tactile nature of oil and canvas, Kyle naturally gravitated to the iPad to create digitally. Lambert is becoming well known for his striking character portraits and was the first artist to create photo-realistic work using Adobe Ideas: http://bit.ly/oHhjuy. In this video, learn about Lambert's approach to working and get inspired as you watch how he creates using Adobe Ideas – zooming all the way in to get fine detail and zooming all the way out to see the image.
Creating content for both web and mobile devices that provides an engaging experience both online and offline can be a challenge. In this session you'll learn how to create native mobile applications based on Adobe's Web Experience Management (WEM) Solution's Content Sync Framework allowing you to quickly deploy existing content to your mobile clients.
Take a deep dive with us into the architecture behind a successful mobile video deployment, highlighting how the rapid growth of smartphones and tablets is unlocking new opportunities for companies to reach millions of of users. This session will cover the Flex mobile framework, encoding, the video player architecture, monetization, authentication, delivery, protection, and tracking. It will provide best practices to optimize for different hardware platforms, screen sizes, and network conditions with a single codebase and provide an outlook for future trends and technologies.
In this video, Duane Nickull explores microphone access in Adobe mobile applications built with Flash Builder 4.5. He creates a simple recording app to run on mobile devices and shares the source code.
Mobile devices are unlike laptop computers in that you interact with the content using touchpoints. In this video, Paul Trani creates a simple drawing application using ActionScript in Flash Professional.
An accelerometer allows the content on a mobile device to change based on the physical positioning of the device. Developer Evangelist Paul Trani shows how this function works using Flash Professional.
Join Platform Evangelist Bhakti Pingale as she walks you through debugging a Flex application on a mobile device over a USB connection. While this walkthrough uses a Samsung Galaxy Tab, the workflow is applicable for any mobile device running Android.
Scott Fegette explores the new Live View and CSS3 Media Queries features in Dreamweaver CS5.5 that enables web designers and developers to quickly create and test custom web experiences across mobile devices.
Product Version: CC
May 02, 2011
CS5.5, Dreamweaver, Scott Fegette, live view, CSS3, app, application, build, code, coding
Explore all of the new workflows for creating for the web and mobile devices. See how Creative Suite Web Premium 5.5 allow you to create and deliver standards-based websites apps and immersive digital experiences across desktops, smartphones, tablets, and televisions. Author content with HTML5, CSS3, and the JQuery mobile framework; target multiple platforms including Android™ operating systems, iOS, Blackberry RIM and Adobe AIR.
Learn how to set up mobile devices as controllers with Adobe AIR, explore issues you might run into, and discover how to best design desktop applications to interface with one or more devices. When you think beyond the desktop, you are not limited to simply building mobile versions of an application, but rather can take advantage of powerful features like multitouch, geolocation, and accelerometer information. This allows you to add a whole new level of interactivity in scenarios ranging from productivity tools to games to eLearning environments.
Learn everything you need to know to optimize your video experience for mobile devices that support Adobe Flash Player 10.1, including encoding and performance best practices, player optimization, delivery techniques, content protection, interactivity, ad integration, and much more. We'll also provide an introduction to Open Source Media Framework and how to use it for mobile platforms.
Explore the most current optimization strategies for graphics in Adobe Flash Player and ActionScript 3.0, including their effects on both Adobe AIR content and existing web content. You'll walk away with an understanding of not only how to implement these best practices, but also why they are required for improved performance. From bitmap vs. vector to vector vs. array, this session has you covered.
In the final installment of this series, Adobe Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine takes you through the process of exporting/rendering your DSLR video/stills creations using the 64-bit Adobe Media Encoder. He'll talk about some of the most common formats for going to mobile devices, iPods, blu-ray discs as well as common formats for Web delivery. You'll learn about background rendering and the ability to 'queue' multiple versions of your video edits. Also featured: using *presets* in the Media Encoder for your favorite destinations (like YouTube, Vimeo, HDTV, etc)
Product Version: CC
Oct 06, 2010
64-bit, Adobe Media Encoder, DSLR, Formats, HDTV , Jason Levine, Vimeo, YouTube
At BlackBerry Developer Day, Serge Jespers unveils new workflows for using Adobe Creative Suite tools with RIM and Adobe development environments, and demos how to build Flash-based applications for BlackBerry devices.
Product Version: CC
Mar 19, 2010
Flash, workflow, Adobe Creative Suite, Mobile Device, blackberry, code, coding, developer, mobile world congress, rim
Come behind the scenes for an inside look at how some of today's biggest entertainment brands use Flash CS4 to tell--and sell--their stories. Learn how The Visionaire Group took advantage of advanced design tools for Universal's The Fast & The Furious 4.
Take your design assets and format them for use in mobile devices. You'll learn how to use device profiles to test and preview your designs, and how to use Adobe Device Central as a starting point for creating new projects.