On Day 3 here at Sundance we focused on gathering feedback from attendees on Main Street. Folks shared with us the best Sundance moments so far, their favorite Adobe products (!), and what the future of digital looks like to them. Saturday included quite the snowstorm, so many thanks to our video crew and all the people who stopped by to speak with us! Check out the video below (I have to say my favorite interviewee was the guy in the kilt who was braving the cold!).
In addition, we have a few special congratulations to shout:
- Julia Pott, an Adobe Design Achievement Award (ADAA) 2011 Animation Finalist, was accepted into the 2012 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Program for her work, “Belly.” Julia has created an exceptional coming-of-age animated film. Julia, the Adobe teams wish you the very best at your screening during the festival!
- Also congratulations to Columbia University and UCLA on the acceptance of their alumni, student and faculty films to Sundance. Columbia has an amazing 14 films from their alumni, students and faculty screening at Sundance. Three of the films are part of the Adobe sponsored NEXT Category.
Next up for Adobe at Sundance: a case study on Wednesday with Vincent Laforet on modern storytelling. Stay tuned here as we’ll provide a recap.
The explosion of great digital content across different devices –- not just PC’s but also smartphones, tablets and even TV’s — is changing the way we all do business. We’ve partnered with our customers to help them provide richer digital experiences, enhance their brands, and ultimately bring them closer to their customers. We’re sharing some of these stories through our “Adobe & …the Digital Experience” campaign.
(Check out the Life@Adobe blog’s take on the new campaign)
But the launch of “Adobe & …” ads and Future of Digital page is just beginning a broader conversation.
We also recently polled our community over social media channels to find out how they define the future of digital and check out what they had to say:
There’s room for more stories about the future of digital and we’ll be reaching out to you for them soon. Stay tuned ….
The updates keep rolling in – today Adobe announced that the Digital Publishing Suite will be supporting both Apple App Store subscriptions and the Google One Pass payment model for digital publications. Regardless of the device, dynamic digital editions are just a click away, with 130 Adobe produced titles now available and more than 3,000 publishers and content authors participating in the pre-release program.
Check out our digital publishing blog for more Adobe insights to recent Google One Pass and Apple subscription news.