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Now designers can:
• Experiment with scroll motion effects quickly using the new Scroll Effects panel
• Make long, single page sites easier to navigate
• Have confidence that sites with scroll motion effects will work more smoothly on tablets and smartphones, including iPhones and iPads
To see these updates in action, watch this video.
With over half a million websites created with Adobe Muse, there are a lot of great ideas for inspiration to get started. Visit the Adobe Muse Site of the Day to see some of the more engaging sites Adobe Muse users are creating.
The Adobe Creative Cloud gives you access to features as soon as they are released. Learn more about the benefits of joining Creative Cloud here.
We’re making Adobe MAX (May 4-8) bigger and better this year. For those who are wondering, “What’s MAX?” – it is THE conference for creative pros. It’s an opportunity for designers, developers, video professionals, photographers, and more to come together to learn about the latest technologies, techniques, and strategies for delivering your best creative work – not to mention the idea exchange and networking opportunities that exist. And it doesn’t stop there.
We have an agenda packed full of amazing speakers, tracks, sneak peeks (yes – you don’t want to miss this!) and more. Choose from over 300 sessions and labs taught by industry leaders and Adobe experts to maximize your creative experience, and even customize your MAX agenda by mixing and matching sessions from all five MAX tracks:
If that’s not enticing enough, we’re throwing a cherry (or two) on top to get you to L.A. Register today using this special promo code: MXSM13, to receive $300 off AND get your hands on a free 1-year Creative Cloud membership.
Meet Jordan Casey – one of the youngest developers in Europe. At just 12 years old, he’s already created Alien Ball VS Humans and its sequel, Alien Ball VS Humans 2 Holiday under his own company, Casey Games. Our team first met him when Adobe was at Cannes Lions last month and jumped at the opportunity to ask this young, Irish prodigy a few questions about his creative process and how he got started. Below is an excerpt of the conversation:
Adobe: When did you first start developing and what inspired you to get started?
Jordan Casey: I first started developing when I was nine, I was playing a flash multiplayer game called Club Penguin and saw that other kids were building websites and blogs about it, and I saw that this could be fun, so I learned three languages: HTML, Actionscript 2.0 and CSS and went ahead and made my site.
Yesterday was a big day for Adobe and all Adobe users worldwide as we launched the Adobe Creative Cloud membership and Creative Suite 6! After announcing the Creative Cloud membership and CS6 in San Francisco, we hosted a scavenger hunt with $10,000 and Creative Cloud memberships on the line.
Users had the option to hunt around various locations in San Francisco, ending at our SF office, to complete a puzzle that entered them into the contest. People outside of San Francisco joined the Race to Create online, which put their knowledge to the test and in a race to the finish. read more…
As a small “thank you” for being fans of Creative Suite and continually sharing your creativity and thoughts, we are offering a special upgrade deal and a host of freebies such as brushes, fonts and plug-ins ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
We’re extremely excited to launch our new blog. We aim to make this a home for digital creation and the endless possibilities that go with it, and as a part of that, be a source of inspiration for you. Simply, we’d love to be a “layer” in your creative process.
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