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Adobe Edge Reflow: Adapting with ‘Responsive Web Design’

We live in an age of screens. You are looking at one right now, and so am I. In our modern lives we are constantly staring at screens of various sizes, and as the diversity of resolutions and aspect ratios has grown over time, so has pressure on web developers to adapt their designs to [...]

By |March 18th, 2013|Adobe Creative Cloud, CSS3, Future Computer Technologies|4 Comments

The battle behind the screens – Flash vs. Silverlight

It's definitely a war--it's just that it's a Cold War. Since Microsoft released Silverlight, (and by the way, watch what happens when you surf over there) their answer to Adobe Flash, in 2007, there's been a (sort of) silent war going on behind the two software giants about who gets to play your movies. When [...]

Cloud Computing then and now; a look at how far we’ve come

About a year ago (specifically last February), "Cloud Computing" was a fairly new techno-buzzword. In fact, when Jori blogged about it then, we got a fair few comments asking what it was. At the time, the "cloud" was a nebulous thing true to its name; when something went into the electronic "cloud," just where was [...]

The Future of the Desktop: Cloud Computing and Adobe Photoshop

The Desmise of the Desktop: How will Cloud Computing Affect the Graphic Designer? –by Jori Curry I was at Adobe headquarters last February and there was much discussion about the future of the desktop. Adobe chief executive Bruce Chizen has recently elaborated on the shift in software from the desktop to the web, and speculates [...]

By |February 21st, 2008|Future Computer Technologies|0 Comments