July 27, 2010

Zooming in Adobe Ideas = Interesting note-taking

Kevin Burg has posted an interesting article on How To Take Notes Like a Champ using the free Adobe Ideas iPad app.  In a nutshell,

Adobe Ideas allows fractalesque zooming. You are able to use vast scale differences to communicate importance as well as benefit from a very flexible canvas, so you almost never run out of space taking notes.

Via David Macy, Ideas PM. For David’s perspective on what Ideas is all about, see previous.

Posted by John Nack at 9:19 PM on July 27, 2010

Comments

  • Ken — 4:07 AM on July 28, 2010

    John,

    Close to diving in to buy IPAD…..will get the adobe ideas. Int reading the link, I did not see where or what the stylus could be bought or brand.

    Any place I could look??

    [I’ve just done some quick Googling so far, and I plan to order a Pogo stylus soon. –J.]

    My best
    Ken in KY

  • jcool — 9:36 AM on July 28, 2010

    Speaking of Adobe apps for devices, here’s an idea for one:

    Premiere for Android.

    Seriously, this one is wide open right now, and would come in handy for a lot of people. Simply being able to trim a clip and upload to Facebook would be huge. Right now, there’s literally nothing on Android for that (as far as I know), and Apple has a solid solution in place.

    Also, the PS Mobile app really needs a Sharpen tool.

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