Adobe MAX 2010 may be over, but the reactions to Acrobat X are in! At the event, MAX attendees were given the opportunity to try out Adobe Acrobat X at the Test Drive Lab and share their initial reactions to the new generation of Acrobat. Find out what impressed them about Acrobat X, how it will make a difference in their everyday lives, and why they said Acrobat X is “an amazing tool,” “so easy,” and “very intuitive” in this “Acrobat X Reactions at MAX” video.
Amy Wang, Senior Product Manager, Acrobat Solutions, discusses her experiences working with the Acrobat.com Services team in developing software solutions and services that address customer’s needs, while enhancing the user’s experience. Tune in now to hear Wang’s perspective on how Acrobat X Solutions enables users to get the work done easier and faster than ever before.
Watch Ali Hanyaloglu’s interview with Rick Treitman, Director of Product Management, Acrobat Solutions Services as they discuss the movement from working on a single desktop, to working in the cloud and the benefits of cloud computing. Hear Rick’s perspective on the role of Acrobat.com and the new Services via Acrobat.com.
The user experience. It’s always been important, and it’s always been something any company worth its salt will focus on when building new software. Take the newly-announced Acrobat X for example. We started gathering feedback from the Acrobat user community pretty much the day after launching Acrobat 9. For Acrobat X, we wanted to clearly communicate that Acrobat is about more than just PDF creation, and consequently have the UI really talk the talk. We wanted to make it easy for those familiar with Acrobat to take a deeper dive into areas that may be new to them. And we wanted to reduce redundancy, clutter and multiple entry points to make the whole experience more sleek and intuitive.
This comprehensive Q&A with Acrobat senior product manager Chris French, “The What and Why Behind the Acrobat UI Changes” goes deep into the changes — and the thinking behind the decisions — in the simplified and streamlined UI of Acrobat X. Chris takes a thoughtful look at the new UI changes, describes the process behind them, and explains how the Acrobat user community helped steer the direction in many of the decisions. Check out the Acrobat User Community story here. Enjoy!
Yesterday, we announced Acrobat X and there are a ton of significant changes and great new stuff for developers to play with. Joel Geraci, Technical Evangelist for Acrobat, along with the help of Leonard Rosenthol, PDF Standards Architect, PDF guru and developer extraordinaire, compiled a list of the top things developers need to know. Get the in-depth overview here.