If you’re interested in what a future version of Photoshop may offer, you must check out Adobe Photoshop Sneak Peeks on YouTube: www.youtube.com/photoshop
There is also a competition for Photoshop enthusiasts as follows:
We’re on the hunt for the Next Photoshop Evangelist! Submit a 2 minute video showcasing your “Hidden Gem” in Photoshop CS5. Hidden Gems are lesser-known features or new uses for commonly used tools that people may not already know about. The winner will receive a trip to Photoshop World, the opportunity to showcase their Hidden Gem live at the show, time with the product team, Creative Suite 5.5 Design Standard & more. The deadline for entries is March 5.
There is a blog post explaining the competition at: http://adobe.ly/xRybbK
Plus a Facebook contest tab at: http://on.fb.me/yMckh7
Please note the following: *NO PUR. NEC. Open to 50 U.S. (excl. RI), D.C., Canada (excl. Quebec), the UK and Germany. 18+. Rules: http://bit.ly/ArKueY
Adobe appears in the top 5 of 4 different categories in the learning Technologies 2012 Exit Poll. I attended the show myself and there was certainly a buzz on the Adobe stand where the focus was on Captivate. Throughout the day the Adobe team showcased Captivate, demonstrating the ease with which learning resources can be created, the ability with the HTML5 plug-in to deploy on iOS devices and the integration with common tools such as PowerPoint.
Following the show, here’s what attendees said when asked about their day:
We asked: “When you planned your Learning Technologies 2012 visit, which company was on top of your must see list before visiting the show today?” LT12uk visitors said:
Comment: Captivate at No. 3
We asked: “In terms of visual impact, which company really stood out for you at the show today?” LT12uk visitors said:
Comment: Adobe at No. 3 again
We asked: “Without looking down at any of the literature you’ve come away with today, can you name one of the event’s official sponsors?” Top five responses from most frequent (left) to least frequent (right) were:
Comment: No. 1 sponsors
We asked: “Of all the literature you’ve come away with today, what do you think you’ll be reading on the Tube home?” The top five most popular answers from our respondents were:
Comment: No. 3 again this time for literature
And finally, when it comes to the Top 250 web sites for eLearning and Learning technology we find that Adobe is No. 1.
If you want to know more about Captivate and eLearning from Adobe, go to: www.adobe.com/captivate