Results tagged “Web Design”

Adobe Sends Creative Cloud Members Some HTML5 Love for Valentine’s Day!

Today Adobe released a great update for professional Web designers and developers with the release of several new product updates for HTML5 Web tooling.

Leading the release is the first public preview of Edge Reflow, a new responsive design tool that we first showed the community at our Create the Web event in September 2012 when we did a sneak peek of it. We heard from many users wanting to get their hands on Edge Reflow and today we’re happy to make that happen. We look forward to people playing with this very early preview release and telling us what type of features they would like to see added.

We’re also excited to deliver several new feature updates to Edge Animate, Dreamweaver and Edge Code Preview! All these releases are immediately available, exclusively to both free and paid Creative Cloud members. For more information on Adobe Edge Reflow visit html.adobe.com/edge/reflow and for additional details on Creative Cloud, Edge Animate, Dreamweaver, Edge Code preview and other tools available in Creative Cloud, visit www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud.html.

Time Magazine names Sesame Street among the 50 best websites!

Congratulations to the web design and development team over at Sesame Street for another well-deserved accolade for their creatively engaging, Flash-based website. Time Magazine named sesamestreet.org one of the 50 best websites in 2010!

HTML5 Reality Check – Response to Forbes.com Blog Post

You may have seen the recent article from Trefis on Forbes.com titled, “HTML5 Not a Homewrecker for Adobe.” We absolutely agree that HTML5 does not pose a threat to Adobe Creative Suite 5. In fact, this recent interview with Adobe VP of Design and Web engineering, Paul Gubbay, shows just how Adobe embraces HTML5 and supports it today!

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