2013 Adobe Looking For Art Student Interns
We are looking for art student interns with expertise in any of our creative products. Interns will interact with our user communities by answering questions and providing learning content to our customers. They will use our products to create video tutorials, artwork, animations, and samples. Ideal candidates will have strong writing and communication skills as well as experience with social media, forums, or blogging. You'll need a strong portfolio that demonstrates talent and creativity in your major area of study, the ability to communicate patiently and diplomatically with customers, excellent writing skills, strong communication and inter-personal skills, the ability to work across teams with geographically remote team members, and 1-2 years experience in one or more of the following Adobe products: Lightroom, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, After Effects, Flash Professional, Acrobat, Adobe Premiere Pro. This internship opportunity is anticipated to be for up to 3 months between May to September this year.
Interested? Go to the Jobs at Adobe site and search for job number 20458.
2013 Ryan Stewart's New Role
I may be slightly biased, but ... it takes evangelists to get stuff done, and some of your favorite Adobe products are being managed by evangelism team alumni. The latest of our elite to make this leap is Ryan Stewart who recently announced that he the new Product Manager for Edge Code and will thus be joining Andrew Shorten's team working closely with Adam Lehman (who manages Brackets) and Raghu Thricovil (who managed Adobe Edge Animate and now manages the HTML Innovation Pipeline). And yes, Andrew and Adam and Raghu are all evangelism team alumni. See what I mean?
2012 Create The Web Online
If you haven't been able to attend any of the Create the Web Tour events in person, join us tomorrow December 20th for an online presentation. This is part of a new Adobe TechLive program (as explained here by Alan Greenblatt).
2012 Get Involved In The Adobe Translation Center
The Adobe Translation Center enables users all over the world to contribute translations for Adobe products and services, including some of our newest offerings like Edge Inspect, Edge Animate, PhoneGap Build, and Brackets. So far, almost 700 community members are translating and approving strings for 34 different products. More details on the FAQ page.
2012 Sign Up For Create Now Live
Create Now Live is your chance to be one of the first to hear what's next in the Adobe Creative Cloud. See what's next in Photoshop, explore ways to take your design skills from print to online and mobile, learn how teams can work better together with Creative Cloud, and be inspired by Adobe evangelists and leaders in the field. Create Now Live will take place on December 11, 2012, starting at 10:00 am PST. Registration is required, and when you register, you'll receive a code for a $300 discount on a full conference pass to Adobe MAX 2013.
2012 Creative Cloud Connection Now Available
If you've been wanting to seamlessly sync the files on your desktop with your data storage on the Creative Cloud, here's some good news for you. The Creative Cloud Connection is now available. It currently supports Mac OS 10.7 and 10.8 and Windows 7 and 8, and is available immediately to all Creative Cloud users. You can also visit the Creative Cloud Connection forum with questions or comments.
2012 Marketing Is Not BS
I'm loving Adobe's new campaign around digital marketing. Adobe CMO Ann Lewnes explains the campaign in her blog post In Defense of Marketing.
2012 The Create The Web Post Event Interview
Matt Rozen interviewed Adobe folks and guests at last week's Create The Web event. Hear what Grant Skinner, Divya Manian, Kevin Hoyt, Joseph Labrecque, Paul Trani, and many more had to say about the announcements and what they mean for you.
2012 Adobe Social Launched
I've not posted much about Adobe's Digital Marketing offerings and services, but this new one definitely deserves a mention. Adobe Social is a new offering that can help integrate social media into digital marketing plans, turning social efforts into measurable business results.
2012 Support For HiDPI And Retina Display
No, I am not a Mac user (shocked, huh?). But lots of you are, and lots of you have been asking about Adobe application support for HiDPI and Retina Display. Over on the Photoshop.com blog the team has announced that this is indeed in the works for Photoshop and Lightroom.