What a week! Sessions, product pods, labs, the WOW, parties and more. We had a ball sharing Acrobat X and catching up with the community. Just in case you missed seeing us at MAX, we wanted to be sure to highlight a few pics of the week.
Almost there! Taxi ride on the way to MAX. Thom Parker and Peter Haldeman.
Miriam Newton and Chris French of the Acrobat team chatting it up with visitors in our MAX booth.
Ship this! Nico Juber of the Acrobat team.
And we had some fun with surprises at MAX….
Acrobat's Michael Folkers and Jacob Surber from the MAX keynote, "Acrobat WOW!"
Acrobat X usb keys for all...Acrobat's Peter Halderman strikes his Jason Statham pose.
... and cookies too!
Stormtrooper in the Community Lounge! Nico Juber and Patty Bing-You ham it up with some new friends.
Back at our Acrobat lab sessions ….
Acrobat's Lori DeFurio highlights tips and tricks for attendees in a session, "I didn't know Acrobat could do that!"
Ali Hanyaloglu of the Acrobat team breaks it down for the crowd in our Test Drive lab - 10 laps in 10 mins.
The Acrobat X Test Drive lab... our engines were going!
And well, all fun weeks must come to an end…time to head home!
Acrobat XD designers Dan Walsh and Jacob Surber off for a MAX night out.
Acrobat's Ali Hanyaloglu and Stephanie Baartz-Bowman ... the end of MAX.
Dan Walsh, design lead on the Adobe XD team, shares his insights into Adobe’s thoughts around the redesign of the Acrobat X user experience. Check out today’s video to hear more on the vision of behind the new Acrobat UI where Dan highlights challenges the team overcame using Flash. The result? A total revamp of Acrobat X’s consumption experience with a clean, consistent and intelligent framework and smarter searching.
If you’re going to Adobe MAX this year, hear Dan live at the Future of Acrobat session. Click here to add it to your schedule.
At today’s MAX pre-conference lab session we introduced a beta version of the Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK to provide new developer tools for Flash Builder 4 and Flash Professional CS5 environments. Using these tools, developers can now leverage their Flex and ActionScript programming skills to create customized PDF Portfolio Layouts. Flash Pro designers can use their existing skill set to design custom themes to create highly branded “skins” for the Portfolio Layouts in Acrobat X.
Read an in-depth blog post from Joel Geraci, Acrobat Technical Evangelist, on how the Flash community can target their client deliverables to the PDF ecosystem and Adobe Reader platform. Check out Joels’ post here and how to access the SDK from Adobe Labs today.
Hey developers and MAX fans…. TGIF means almost MAX time this week. Here is video gem to carry you through till MAX.
Check out this behind the scenes look at the reinvention of PDF Portfolios in Acrobat X in today’s featured video with Jacob Surber, senior experience designer at Adobe. Jacob will share a sneak peak at what you can do with the new Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK and how to sign up for the “Using Flash Builder 4 to Create Custom PDF Portfolio Layouts” preconference at MAX 2010.
The buzz surrounding the new Acrobat X family continues at Adobe MAX 2010 (October 23 – October 27) in Los Angeles, Calif., Adobe’s annual conference that connects thousands of designers, developers and business leaders shaping the future of digital media!
If you’re attending MAX, we hope you’ll stop by sessions and events we’re hosting, here’s a few Acrobat highlights:
Looking for more on PDF Portfolios? It’s not too late to join the pre-conference session on PDF Portfolios and Flash Builder 4 on Sunday, Oct. 24, where Acrobat Technical Evangelist Joel Geraci will introduce you to a new set of tools for putting together PDF Portfolio layouts in Flash Builder. Check out the online preview before you attend, and more details are here at AcrobatUsers.com!
Come be one of the first to test drive Acrobat X at the Acrobat X Test Drive Lab on the show floor, open during the conference.
New to Acrobat? Lori DeFurio, Group Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat Solutions, will introduce you to Acrobat’s lesser-known, but cool capabilities in her “I didn’t know Acrobat Could Do That” sessions. More on these and expert sessions as well, here.
What’s next for Acrobat? Join us for a preview of where we’re taking the Adobe Acrobat franchise: the realm of Acrobat Dynamic PDF. More on this session or to sign up, here.
Can’t get enough of Acrobat? Check out this MAX session scheduler, which outlines descriptions and schedules for Acrobat sessions.
Looking for a way to follow the Acrobat at MAX buzz from the show floor or check it out from home? For real time updates on what the Acrobat team’s up to at MAX, be sure to follow @Acrobat and search for MAX related hashtags at #AdobeMAX. This online portal is your one-stop shop for other MAX-related social media resources.