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Two statistics struck me as very interesting as I prepared for this summit.
Although it worked well, it wasn’t very long before Flash files became problematic, primarily due to Apple’s refusal to support them on iPads and iPhones. So even though I’d created several websites in InDesign, I quickly changed that practice.
Then came InDesign CS5.5 and CS6, which made it possible to export HTML5 directly from InDesign. Frankly, though, the process always seemed to work with less than perfect results, so I gave up on that idea.
When I subscribed to Adobe Creative Cloud a few months ago, I looked around the site for apps available through the normal subscription. Along with InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and other applications I used regularly, there was a name I hadn’t thought of in a while: Muse.
It seems to be on the minds of newspaper publishers and production managers everywhere.
Without a doubt, the second most requested task I’ve been given by newspapers in recent months is to improve the quality of the color in their print products.
Well, now you know.
Is The Times-Picayune On It's Last Leg?
I'll bet you can guess the answers to these questions. And while we're at it, let's make those photos look better.
"One who assumes financial responsibility for; guarantee against failure. To insure against losses."
This wasn’t a greeting, as you might think. It was more along the lines of “You’re not kidding!”
It’s struck me as funny that, as I thought about the best way to explain the reaction to Adobe’s Creative Cloud announcement, the first words that came to mind were, “Boy, howdy.”