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September 21, 2007

Thermo @ Max

Is this a dream product???

You will lead a highly motivated team developing an innovative new tool, codenamed Thermo, that will enable designers and creatively inclined developers to easily build rich internet applications and interactive content. “Thermo” will streamline the process of adding interactivity, behavior and motion to creative assets and will work seamlessly with both Adobe’s Creative Suite tools, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks and Flash, and with developer oriented tools such as Flex Builder.

Thermo is a strategic project for Adobe. It will enable designers to more efficiently build the richer experiences that are reshaping the internet and give developers greater control over creative assets without leaving the development paradigm that fits the way they work.

Found while having a nosey here.

And it looks like the cats out the bag... Thermo will be forming a big part of the keynote at Adobe Max (Europe) in a couple of weeks.

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Citizen Liz

Just because it says Adobe on your pay slip doesn't make Acrobat Technical Support Consultant a cool job :-) (but that thermo one would be, ooo, i'm quite excited)

Richard Child

C'mon Citizen Liz, linky linky to Poulters blog?

Richard Child

Here you go... The Thermo talk at Adobe Max 2007 (Chicago).

http://blip.tv/file/407681

Via blip.tv

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« Quite interesting, no really. | Main | Flash vs Silverlight »

September 21, 2007

Comments

Citizen Liz

Just because it says Adobe on your pay slip doesn't make Acrobat Technical Support Consultant a cool job :-) (but that thermo one would be, ooo, i'm quite excited)

Richard Child

C'mon Citizen Liz, linky linky to Poulters blog?

Richard Child

Here you go... The Thermo talk at Adobe Max 2007 (Chicago).

http://blip.tv/file/407681

Via blip.tv

The comments to this entry are closed.

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