Continuing my list of announcements, I’ll be speaking in London on 13th March about the world of digital publishing. My good friend from Certitec, Jon Bessant, and myself have joined forces to present you with an informative day seminar discussing all things digital and mobile publishing. Continue reading Speaking in London about digital publishing
It’s official! I’ll be speaking again at PePcon 2015 (the Print and ePublishing Conference) in Philadelphia, PA. If you’re into print or digital publishing I’d highly recommend you jump on a plane and get to Philadelphia to attend my session. But there’s a lot more to discover … Continue reading Speaking at PePcon 2015 in Philadelphia
With the recent developments on Adobe DPS (see my recent article about this), I was contacted by Enterprise Adoption.com to give my opinion on what’s been happening in the world of Adobe DPS. Continue reading Enterprise Adoption.com opinion piece on Adobe DPS
Adobe drops support for Adobe DPS Single Edition apps
Starting May 1, 2015, Adobe will no longer support Adobe DPS Single Edition apps via Adobe.com or through your Creative Cloud license. And on December 4, 2014, Adobe will also remove DPS Single Edition as a purchasable product from Adobe.com. To most people this change will come as a surprise, especially since there’s been more competition than ever from third-party solutions for creating apps from Adobe InDesign. Adobe DPS Single Edition (SE) has always been a great selling point for Creative Cloud licenses and seeing it disappear soon is inevitably going to lead to disappointment with clients and designers. After all it has been available since 2011. It was a way for small design firms or freelancers to create and build apps for clients and expand their range of services as an agency. The demand for digital publications has only increased over the last year and I think DPS SE was a great way for people to get into DPS, or digital publishing in general, for the first time. Continue reading Adobe dropping DPS Single Edition
Have you ever wanted to create web graphics for your Adobe DPS project that look crisp on both SD and HD devices? Well you can thanks to the newly introduced HiDPI settings in Adobe Muse.
My latest article on CreativePro shows you how to set up your project in Adobe Muse and proves that this new option allows you to use HD graphics for your projects on retina display devices.
I’m happy to announce the new InDesign Magazine #61 finally arrived! And I’m particularly psyched about this one because it is completely devoted to Adobe DPS. It features an impressive list of 52 power tips for using Adobe DPS, of which 10 were provided by me. In total you can enjoy about 113 pages of DPS pleasure.
These tips go beyond the basics and are based on my product experience and troubleshooting so I hope you get to enjoy them. Remember you can get a subscription here.