2015 Adobe Youth Voices Award Winner Interviewed
As a girl living in the Bay Area, where 40% of all of America's sex trafficking takes place, 19-year-old Rebecca Dharmapalan is working to make her community of Oakland, California the first place child sex trafficking is eradicated. Rebecca won second place documentary in the 2014 Adobe Youth Voices awards for "International Boulevard", a film meant to raise awareness about this issue. She was recently profiled in Mashable and Huffington Post, and launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund her first feature film as a follow up to her documentary. This week, she will about speak about her mission at the Ashoka Future Forum in Washington DC and TEDxTeen in New York. Rebecca's mission is an incredible example to adults and teenagers alike, and we've posted an interview with her on the Adobe Corporate Responsibility blog.
2015 Creative Residency Program Announced
At our 99U conference this week, David Wadhwani announced the launch of our Creative Residency Program, as well as its first two residents.
2015 Add Richard Curtis To Your Blog List
Richard Curtis' blog is a goldmine of Photoshop and Lightroom goodness, and he's recently been covering 3D printing, too. I'm blown away by the depth and scope of his posts, and his ability to keep producing highly informative quality content with such frequency. Add Richard's blog to your reading list.
2015 The Document Cloud Team Is Blogging
2015 The Adobe Document Cloud
Here it is, the 3rd pillar in our cloud strategy. Adobe Document Cloud combines a completely reimagined Acrobat with the power of e-signatures. Now you can edit, sign, send, and track documents wherever you are - across desktops, mobile, and web.
2015 Adobe On HackerOne
In recognition of the important role that independent security researchers play in keeping Adobe customers safe, earlier this week we launched a web application vulnerability disclosure program on the HackerOne platform. Bug hunters who identify a web application vulnerability in an Adobe online service or web property can now privately disclose the issue to Adobe while boosting their HackerOne reputation score.
2014 Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2014 Winners Announced
Individual category winners receive a $2,000 prize and get invited to Adobe MAX where we'll announce segment winners and the Grand Prize winner.
2014 Introducing Source Han Sans
While on the subject of fonts and TypeKit, today (in partnership with Google) we announced the release of Source Han Sans, a new open source Pan-CJK typeface family that is now available on Typekit for desktop use.
Source Han Sans, available in seven weights, is a typeface family which provides full support for Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese, all in one font. It also includes Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic glyphs from our popular Source Sans family. All told, each font weight in the family has a total of 65,535 glyphs (the maximum supported in the OpenType format), and the entire family rounds out at just under half a million total glyphs.
2014 Source Sans 2.0 Released
2014 Apply For A ConnectED Donation
Adobe has committed over $300 million in software and professional development services to the White House's ConnectED initiative. As part of this $2 billion+ effort from the private sector, Adobe will deliver creative tools and teacher professional development to schools across the United States - all with the goal of helping youth express their creativity and build their skills for future success.