Posts tagged "user interface"

March 21, 2012

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta Released to Labs

The world’s best digital image editing software is about to get even better. Explore Photoshop CS6 beta for a sneak preview of some of the incredible performance enhancements, imaging magic, and creativity tools we are working on. Discover for yourself why Photoshop CS6 software will be a whole new experience in digital image editing.

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May 3, 2011

Flash Catalyst “Panini” is now shipping as Flash Catalyst CS5.5

Flash Catalyst “Panini” has been released to as Flash Catalyst CS5.5.  All “Panini” content on Labs has been retired.

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October 25, 2010

Panini – next version of Flash Catalyst preview released to Labs

With Flash Catalyst “Panini,” designers can leverage their skills with Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe Fireworks® to rapidly prototype user interfaces for Flex-based websites and applications, and collaborate intelligently with developers who use Adobe Flash Builder™ software. In addition, static artwork can be transformed into interactive projects for the web or for websites and applications, all without writing code.

Flash Catalyst “Panini” includes many new features and enhancements, and offers new integration with the preview release of Flash Builder “Burrito.”

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May 31, 2009

Adobe Flash Catalyst Now Available on Labs

Flash Catalyst is a new professional interaction design tool for rapidly creating user interfaces without coding. This initial public beta release works with Flash Builder 4 for an integrated designer-developer workflow.

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November 17, 2008

Flash Catalyst and Gumbo Details Posted on Labs

Information regarding two new tools for creating applications for the Flash Platform is now posted on Adobe Labs. Flash Catalyst, formerly codenamed Thermo, is a new professional interaction design tool for rapidly creating application interfaces and interactive content without coding that works together with Gumbo, the codename for the next version of Flex Builder. Learn more and signup to be notified when these technologies are available to try on Labs.

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August 7, 2008

Feedback Requested for Adobe Labs Website

We are collecting requirements for improving the usability, look and feel, and functionality of the Adobe Labs website and would like to know what are the 1 or 2 site enhancements that you would like to see added. Please focus feedback on the features, layout, and organization of the site itself, not the Adobe technologies (Flex, Lightroom, etc.) that are showcased on the site.
Adobe Labs will continue to bring the Adobe community the latest emerging technologies under development; let us know if there is anything that can be done to help you find and get started with technologies that interest you!

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October 2, 2007

Information on Announced RIA Design Tool, Codenamed: “Thermo”

Adobe’s upcoming new design tool, codenamed “Thermo“—enables designers and developers to create working application prototypes, design application transitions/motion, and transform static UI mockups into declarative MXML source.

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October 1, 2007

Flex Skin Design Extensions for CS3 available on Labs

In conjunction with the Flex Builder 3 beta on Adobe Labs, new Flex Skin Design Extensions for CS3 are now available for download. These extensions support Flash Professional CS3, Fireworks CS3, Illustrator CS3, and Photoshop CS3.

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November 4, 2005

Labs Site CSS

Neil Straghalis on the Macromedia web team just blogged a great summary of how the Labs and site CSS is ‘modularized’, to leverage the existing design, but selectively override it with a single Labs-specific stylesheet to achieve the ‘de-evolved’ final look of the Labs static website. Definitely worth a read if you’re juggling both design and interface for large site installations.

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