Dreamweaver recently had its ten year birthday and the newest version is out as a public beta on Adobe Labs. So what’s next for Dreamweaver? A manhunt to find the first person to ever purchase Dreamweaver 1.0! Watch the video below to see who we are looking for and if you know him send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. People who send in tips to help us find the first Dreamweaver customer will get special Adobe branded gifts.
At the MAX conference in Chicago we gave away thousands of square Dreamweaver stickers. If you could not attend MAX but still want some Dreamweaver stickers to put on your laptop, notebook, or other surface, send a self addressed envelop to the following address:
601 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
We’ll send you a handful of Dreamweaver and Adobe stickers to share with friends or co-workers.
UPDATE: All of the Dreamweaver stickers are gone. When more are available, we will post a new entry with instructions on how to get them.
If you are coming to MAX in Chicago next week, make sure you come to the Dreamweaver Meet the Team session on Monday night from 7:30-8:30pm. At the MTT, you can meet a variety of people from the Dreamweaver team including Devin Fernandez, one of the Dreamweaver Product Managers.
If you are not attending MAX, don’t worry, we will be taking pictures of the event and posting them here along with a recap of the discussion.
Check out the full schedule for other Meet the Team and Birds of a Feather sesssions at MAX.
We’re looking for true Adobe enthusiasts, especially Dreamweaver users, to be interviewed on-camera for the production of a video to be shown at the annual Adobe Users Conference in Chicago – Adobe MAX.
We’re looking for all types of people: average users, enthusiastic people, quirky people, people with accents, people that speak different languages, hearing impaired, physically impaired, twins, funky folks. you name it. We want a vast array of people to represent the Adobe user community.
The video is tentatively scheduled to be shot August 24th, 27th and 28th in San Francisco. We would need you for just one of those days. The shoot will be short, 1 to 2 hours maximum.
To submit yourself for consideration to be in this production please email email@example.com stating:
-What Adobe products you use
-A recent photo or two of yourself
We hope to see lots of Dreamweaver users on the big screen at MAX!
Have you built a great web site with Dreamweaver or other Adobe products? If so, make sure you enter it for the MAX Awards! The MAX Awards are the awards given out at the MAX conference that recognize the best of the best uses of Adobe software for creating engaging experiences. Submissions fall into seven categories: Advertising and Branding, Communication and Collaboration, Enterprise, Mobility and Devices, Public Sector, Rich Internet Applications, and Video. The top two finalists in each category are invited to MAX to showcase their projects to all the MAX attendees. The Awards are great way to get additional exposure for projects you have completed for your own company or for a client.
The deadline for submissions is August 3, 2007 so make sure you visit the submission site soon.
In this blog, various members of the team will post about a variety of topics. We will be posting tips on how to use Dreamweaver, highlighting web sites that were built with Dreamweaver, and putting up a schedule of where you can meet Dreamweaver team members in person. We will also be asking for your feedback and input. We want to know how you are using Dreamweaver, what features you would like to see in future versions of Dreamweaver, and what other web technologies you are using.
Please post comments directly on the posts that you like, as well as the ones you don’t like. We want to make our blog an essential source of Dreamweaver related news and information for you. All ideas and suggestions are welcome.
Update: Comments on this post are now closed- please comment directly on specific posts here as we don’t generally check back on the old postings regularly. Please note that we can’t always respond to technical support or ‘how-to’ questions, sorry!
The Dreamweaver Team