Adobe MAX 2016 in San Diego

Another Adobe MAX will soon be upon us and I am thrilled with what is coming up in the next few days! I’m writing this account of major event activities the day before my departure so everything is pretty well set in stone at this point. Also – Happy Hallowe’en ;) Having MAX in a city other than Los Angeles is very welcome. I’ve never visited San Diego before but am very much looking forward to spending a few days in what I’ve heard is a lovely city. Adobe Animate CC: Introduction to Animation and Interactivity Completely sold out for

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Adobe Education Leaders – Summit 2016

It’s that time of year again – July means another AEL Summit is upon us. This year, we’ll be meeting in New York City for the North American summit and I’m really looking forward to connecting with other AELs and members of the Adobe Education team! I’m able to give a short talk this year as well – which should be very interesting considering the past 5 years or so… Surviving Industry Disruption in Higher Education Joseph Labrecque This talk will explore how industry upheaval can affect institutional teaching and learning systems which make use of technology for media delivery

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Speaking at Adobe MAX 2016

Just a note that I will be speaking at Adobe MAX in San Diego this year… on Animate CC, of course! I’m scheduled to provide a lab which goes over the basics of animation and interactivity within Adobe Animate CC – so please do let people know that introductory sessions are available for those who are coming over from Edge Animate… who have neglected Flash Professional over the past few years… or even those new to Flash/Animate! All are welcome ;)

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More on Adobe Mobile Apps

There has been a significant rush of positive news around Adobe mobile apps and Android recently. So much news that I have decided to just lump it all into this one post. Android Mobile Apps I’ve been highly, highly critical of Adobe over the past few years when it comes to their mobile strategy and choice of supported platform [singular]. Many of the reasons as outlined here, are historical. Many others – perhaps more – just simply make sense when looking at the current mobile landscape and the growing Creative Cloud adoption rates. Well Adobe has been working on Android

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