Thanks everyone for another successful #AskAdobeCare session and thanks the Typekit support team, Ben and Liz, for joining force with us! Just in case you missed the session, we have storify-ed the conversation right here for you to catch up. Simply scroll down Be sure to follow @AdobeCare for future twitterviews! If there’s a particular product or topic you’d like us to cover, please let us know by leaving a comment below! We’ll try to make it happen
From Ben & Liz:
Thanks to everyone who participated in the #AskAdobeCare with Typekit on Friday. We had fun talking with you, and hope the information on using Typekit with Creative Cloud was helpful!If you’d like to learn more, check out these resources:
Did you know that as a Creative Cloud member, you have full access to the Typekit library of over 4,000 world class fonts? Did you also know that Typekit is now integrated into many Creative Cloud apps? Join the @AdobeCare and @typekit support team for a live Q&A session on Twitter to learn more about Typekit integration with Creative Cloud!
Tweet us your questions with #AskAdobeCare, and our Typekit support team will supply the answers. We’ll answer as many questions as we can during this 60-minute session, but we can’t promise that all questions will be answered. Can’t attend? Not to worry! We’ll post a recap here on our blog
Friday, July 11 9am-10am PDT (GMT -8)
Here’s how to participate:
1. Sign in to Twitter.
2. Tweet to @AdobeCare with your question + #AskAdobeCare.
You can tweet your question any time before or during the event.
3. Follow @AdobeCare and track #AskAdobeCare to view questions from other customers.
About Our Hosts
Benjamin Welch, Ben, is the Head of Customer Experience at Typekit. He left life as a freelance web/graphic designer to join Typekit in Jan, 2011 and has been working to make life easier for Typekit users ever since.
Liz Galle is the other half of the Typekit Support team. She’s been with Adobe Typekit for two years, and has been working in software support & documentation since 2000. When she’s not helping the community get the most out of Typekit, she curates posts on blog.typekit.com and tries to get better at Keynote.