April 09, 2012

Adobe Shadow demo/Q&A this Friday

Noon Pacific:

Come learn about Adobe Shadow, a new preview and inspection tool for web designers and developers who care about how their sites look on devices. See a demo of Shadow in action, and take the opportunity to ask questions of the Shadow team, and hear where the team is headed with future versions of Shadow. Join Archna Panwar, who focuses on Shadow’s testing strategy, for this guide through the present and exciting future of Adobe Shadow.

In case you haven’t yet seen Shadow, check out this very brief demo:

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Adobe’s working on blending modes for HTML

“The better the web, the better tools we can build, and the happier our customers.”

Remember how Adobe’s been working to bring ultrafast image filters to HTML? “More like this, please,” wrote John Gruber.

Well, okay then: now Adobe’s helpingĀ bring Photoshop-style blending modes to HTML. The work can enable more beautiful, flexible pages & higher fidelity hand-off from design tools like Photoshop & Illustrator.

A couple of years ago we heard that “CSS is the new Photoshop.” It’s a deliberate overstatement, but the underlying point is true: One can make more & more graphically rich, flexible elements using just markup, not bitmaps. We find that exciting for customers & for the future of Adobe tools.

[Via Narciso Jaramillo]

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