Category Archives: adobe

Today’s Readings

I’m not usually one to get excited about “someday we’ll be able to” features, but once in a while I let myself enjoy the hard work and vision of what will come, like CSS Shaders! And how cool is it … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

New Zealand 100% Pure offers some great interactive design (and the responsive design is pretty good, at least until you get down to the small-tablet-ish size). The opening page takes similar, previously-seen techniques to a new level, but I really … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

From National Geographic, comes the Public Profiler, an interactive world map of surnames. Where do you have family? Was surprised to see “Grogg” so prominent in Switzerland… A great-looking product from Adobe, Adobe Nav, let’s you use your iPad as … Continue reading

Adobe Makes a Statement About Staying in the HTML Game

With all the negative talk between Adobe and Apple and all the doom-saying about the death of Flash, Adobe made some bold statements at Google I/O regarding their future in the web business and their commitment to HTML5 with the … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

With all the hubba-baloo circling between Steve Jobs and Adobe, here is an interesting take on the situation, and prediction of the world in which we will soon live and work.  Thanks for the forward, Dan. I’ve written before about … Continue reading