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This thing really caught my eye this morning so I thought I’d do a quick copy paste blog.

 

 

A whole new experience in user experience design.

Design and prototype websites and mobile apps faster than ever with Project Comet,
the first all-in-one solution for UX designers

 

Check out Adobe’s blog post for more details on “Project Comet

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How easy is Web Designing today?

Well, I always thought to myself Web Designing is something I have to rely on a developer because i’m a no CODER. No, you are wrong! You can design websites too, it’s that simple!

Today there are hundreds of tools out there that can help you design websites. For example, WiXWeeblyYola etc can help you create websites.

But….? Wait! What made me become a Web Designer is not anyone of the above. It’s the brand new Web Design Software for non-coder or just about anyone, Adobe Muse. I haven’t seen or know of a similar software that exist out there yet.

Adobe Muse is a UI based Web Design software that allows you to design websites in minutes without writing a single line of code. Create and publish dynamic websites for desktop and mobile devices that meet the latest web standards —HTML5. Design freely using familiar tools and hundreds of web fonts. Easily add interactivity, including slide shows, forms, menus, videos, audios and much more.Bring out your entire creativity world within you, all together in one place.

Check out my website for more details and a demo of what you can do with Adobe Muse

Alo Design Studio

www.lohriialo.com

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Hey fellas! So what do you think? I’m pretty excited about the Adobe announcement of the Creative Cloud along with the CS6 launch. Adobe has made the right move turning the business strategy towards the cloud as everyone does and therefore more accessibility for creative people all around the world.

So what is Creative Cloud?

Adobe® Creative Cloud™ is the digital hub that lets you download and install every Adobe Creative Suite® 6 application; access online services for file sharing, collaboration, and publishing; and benefit from new apps and features as soon as they’re released — giving you the freedom to create anything you can imagine. For more details, I suggest you visit Adobe’ website http://www.adobe.com/

 

CS6 FAQ’s:  http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/designstandard/faq.html

Creative Cloud FAQ’s: http://www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud/faq.html

 

Current Creative Suite users – Save $20/month for the first year on Adobe Creative Cloud. Offer available to all registered users with CS3 or later. Click the link below to avail the offer.

Special introductory pricing for existing customers

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Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite:

Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite is a complete solution for individual designers, traditional media publishers, ad agencies, and companies of all sizes that want to create, distribute, monetize, and optimize engaging content and publications for tablet devices.

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition

Single Edition provides small to midsize design studios and freelance designers an intuitive and affordable way to deliver iPad apps such as brochures, portfolios, and highly visual books without writing code or relying on developers. Use familiar Adobe InDesign® CS5.5 skills to explore your creativity and develop content that inspires and engages.

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Professional Edition

Professional Edition is the off-the-shelf tablet digital publishing software solution for traditional midsize media companies, membership organizations, and ad agencies. Rapidly create highly designed, immersive content and publish it across leading marketplaces and devices to drive growth through digital publishing.

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Enterprise Edition

Enterprise Edition offers a customizable solution for enterprise publishers, global corporations, and worldwide ad agencies that want to transform their digital business through lucrative new revenue streams, deeper customer relationships, and cost-efficient tablet publishing.

For more details on how to use the product and download the tools, go here: 

Windows: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/collection.jsp?collID=4&platform=Windows

Mac: http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/collection.jsp?collID=4&platform=Macintosh

Video Tutorials: http://tv.adobe.com/show/digital-publishing/

 

Apple iBooks:

Be well read with iBooks. Download the iBooks app from the App Store. Then fill your iPad library with books — including a whole new kind of textbook — from the iBookstore. Take them to more places than you’d ever take a regular book. And from the moment you pull one out on your iPad, you’ll be pulled in.

The iBookstore is just the beginning.

Start with the bookshelf. With a tap, it flips around to reveal the iBookstore, where you’ll find over 700,000 books and counting — many of them free. View what’s featured on the iBookstore and the New York Timesbest-seller lists, or browse by title, author, or genre. Find a book you like and tap to see more details, peruse reviews, even read a free sample. With iCloud, you can have the new books you buy on your iPad automatically download to your iPhone and iPod touch, too.* So they appear on your bookshelf, everywhere you want them.

It’s a really great read.

Reading on iPad is just like reading a book. But once you tap to turn the first page, you’ll see it’s nothing like a book. Read one page at a time, or turn iPad on its side and view two pages at once. Tap to read everything full screen, with no distractions, or read in white-on-black nighttime mode. Even alter the look of most books by changing their text size and font.

Now there’s nothing textbook about the textbook.

Experience the most amazing textbooks you’ve ever read. Textbooks that take advantage of everything iPad can do with Multi-Touch, audio, video, and more. Textbooks that capture the imagination and take learning to a whole new level. With iBooks textbooks, you can flip through a book by sliding a finger along thumbnail images of each page. Now you’re no longer limited to the flat images in a paper textbook: flick through an entire photo gallery instead. Use a finger to rotate a 3D object. Or have the right answer spring to life in a chapter review. It’s like nothing you’ve ever experienced. And it’s something you won’t want to put down.

All the highlights. And the notes. And the definitions.

With iBooks, all the tools you need are quite literally at your fingertips. Run your finger over a line of text and it’s highlighted. Tap a highlighted section and a palette appears. Change colors, switch to underlining, or add a note. Then switch to Notes view to see all your notes and highlights instantly organized in one place — with tappable links to the relevant passages. Weird word? Look it up in the built-in dictionary, on Wikipedia, or on the web. You can also search inside a book. And since iBooks works with VoiceOver, the screen reader in iPad, it can read you the contents of any page.

Your books and PDFs All arranged in one place.

Organize your bookshelf however you like. Create collections by genre, for example. And keep PDFs — user guides, business proposals, project plans — on your bookshelf, too. When someone emails you a PDF, or if you find one on the web, you can choose to open it in iBooks. Or sync the PDFs on your Mac or PC to your iPad in iTunes. Then go to your bookshelf and tap to open one.

More details and download link, Go here: http://www.apple.com/ipad/built-in-apps/ibooks.html

Learn more here: http://www.apple.com/ibooks-author/

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“Alo – Never been any happier at workplace, proud to be a part of it”

http://blogs.adobe.com/adobelife/

http://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2012/01/celebrating-13-years-on-fortunes-100-best-companies-list.html

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Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE – News) today announced findings from its inaugural Adobe® Digital Marketing Insights report, designed to provide marketing, e-commerce, and retail executives with critical intelligence about digital marketing. The study evaluated how purchasing behavior is impacted by the device consumers used to visit retail websites. In the study, one of the most comprehensive of its kind, Adobe analyzed 16.2 billion anonymous visits to the websites of more than 150 top U.S. retailers. Results showed that, during the 2011 holiday season and throughout 2011, tablet visitors spent more per purchase than visitors using smartphones or traditional desktops and laptops, suggesting that tablet visitors were the most valuable online customers in 2011. SO, think twice before you swipe out your cool Tablet to shop online.

Want to read more? Go here: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Adobe-Study-Reveals-Tablet-bw-566739331.html

What is Digital Publishing Suite?

Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite is a complete solution for individual designers, traditional media publishers, ad agencies, and companies of all sizes that want to create, distribute, monetize, and optimize engaging content and publications for tablet devices.

For details, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-publishing-suite-family.html

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