2016 Say Hello To The New And Improved EdEx
The Adobe Education Exchange (or EdEx) is a community of almost 300,000 passionate educators who learn, connect, share, and discuss creativity in education. EdEx just underwent a major overhaul and facelift as EdEx Product Lead Matt Niemitz explains.
2016 Experience The Future Of Slate, Voice, And Post
Over the past year or so you've heard me talk lots about Adobe Voice, Adobe Slate, and Adobe Post, and especially the role that these can play in education. We've got lots more goodness on the way, and that includes web versions of all of these apps, making them available to Windows, Mac, and Chromebook users. Project M is not quite ready for release, but if you want to try the beta, here it is.
2016 Meet The New Adobe Creative Residents
A year ago we announced the Adobe Creative Residency, and Adobe VP and GM Mala Sharma is celebrating the anniversery online with a look back the 2015 Creative Residents and announcing the four newest Residents.
2016 Become An Adobe Student Rep
We're recruiting Adobe enthusiasts to help spread the Adobe Creative Cloud love on campus for Spring 2016. Adobe Student Reps are eligible to score a paid Summer Internship at Adobe's Headquarters in Northern California, and they have an edge in pursuing further career opportunities with Adobe. Here's the application, and here are some more details.
2015 Adobe Slate Wins Tabby Award
2015 The DPS Team Is Giving Away Apple Watches At MAX
2015 Blog Going Dark(er) For A Few Weeks
One of Adobe's employee benefits is the sabbatical, four to six (depending on years of employment) paid weeks off every five years to "to relax, recharge and reenergize" (as per the program description). So, if this blog goes dark (or just darker) for the next six weeks, know that I've not abandoned you, I'm just really busy relaxing, recharging, and reenergizing.
2015 25 Students Selected For Adobe Creativity Scholars Program
Today's young creatives have unprecedented influence on the world around them. They are igniting discussions on social and environmental issues with creativity that can transcend global boundaries. Using digital story making, they can translate personal experiences and perspectives into media that has the power to create real change in communities around the world.As part of Adobe's commitment to this next generation of creatives, we have selected 25 students for this year's class of Adobe Creativity Scholars.
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.