Say Hello to Adobe CS5

If you watched the global launch of Adobe CS5 like thousands of us did, you are probably blown away by all the new features demonstrated, as well as new applications added to the Suites, such as Flash Catalyst. Along the way, we also introduced new online services, like CS Live and BrowserLab.

 

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If you missed it, you can watch the recording below.

Over the next few weeks, I will be blogging and posting videos on many of these new features and provide my take on how they can apply to eLearning and Technical Communication.

Another reason why I’m personally excited about today’s CS5 launch is because eventually many of these amazing applications will be part of Adobe Technical Communication Suite and Adobe eLearning Suite.

In the meantime, enjoy this video on Adobe TV, and share your favorite new features by leaving a comment below, or by sending me a Tweet @rjacquez.

 

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4 Responses to Say Hello to Adobe CS5

  1. Randi says:

    Any hints as to when the next version of the Adobe Technical Communication Suite will be released…and will it be Windows 7 and 64-bit compatible?

  2. Phil Cowcill says:

    It was a great show and I threw up the stream cast into the computer lab so students could watch the launch as they worked on their projects. Very good.I’ve asked the college to purchase a different suite so I can also get Flash Catalyst. I’m looking forward to sinking my teeth into the new features and playing with FC.

  3. RIchard Kordel says:

    I would also wonder about the e-learning suite upgrade to CS5. I teach instructional design and would like to see the new features in order to incorporate them into my classes.

  4. RJ Jacquez says:

    Thank you for your comment, Richard. This seems to be the question of the week, naturally because of the launch of CS5.Unfortunately I cannot give any dates for upcoming products but I can say that many of the apps announced in CS5 will eventually be part of the Adobe eLearning Suite. Please stay tuned and follow me on Twitter @rjacquez and I will be the first to make the announcement when the times comes.Thanks.RJ Jacquez