February 10, 2008

New video shows GridIron Flow in action

Last month I waxed the car of GridIron Flow, a new workflow management technology designed to work with Photoshop, the Creative Suite, and other tools.  Since then the product picked up a Best in Show nod at Macworld, and now you can see it in action in a video on their site.  In it company CEO Steve Forde shows Flow managing a workflow spreading across Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and InDesign.

Flow isn’t yet shipping, but GridIron is accepting sign-ups for beta testing.

Posted by John Nack at 9:35 AM on February 10, 2008

Comments

  • Lynn Grillo — 4:42 PM on February 10, 2008

    Wow, that’s an amazing tool. I can see why it took Best in Show. Very hot!

  • Petra — 5:11 AM on February 11, 2008

    Very nice. I hope they soon publish some specifics on the exact file types they will support and the overhead load that Flow will place on the system and disk space.

  • jimhere — 6:15 AM on February 11, 2008

    This is great (although I’ve never considered myself a “prisoner” to my asset organization).
    With this and BuzzWord, Adobe has some companies to buy.

  • Ben Leivian — 11:41 AM on February 12, 2008

    Wow, looks super impressive. I hope to get on the beta list.

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