All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Illustrator’

Adobe Holding Twitterview On CS6 And Creative Cloud

Twitterview is one of those unholy mashup of words that just shouldn’t exist. The idea behind it is noble and I like asking questions via Twitter just like anyone else, but why does it have to be called a Twitterview? Regardless of my years studying the AP stylebook like it was the Bible, Adobe is sticking to their use of …

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Adobe CS6 Detailed, Embraces HTML5

Fans of Adobe have no doubt been waiting for the release of CS6 since it was first announced. The creative types have already got a small taste of what CS6 offers with the successful open beta for Photoshop CS6. The other software tools are now getting detailed in full. Adobe CS6 is going to be comprise of 14 CS6 applications …

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Adobe Releases HTML5 Pack for Illustrator CS5

Adobe has launched an HTML5 Pack for Illustrator CS5. The pack provides initial support for HTML5 and CSS3, and extends the scalable vector graphics (SVG) capability in Illustrator itself.  The company says the pack makes it easier to design, deliver and optimize compelling content for mobile devices and the web.

"By delivering this extension and supporting open standards, Adobe helps developers, publishers and designers to make their own choices about how to create, distribute and access content," a representative for Adobe tells WebProNews.

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