The Very Best of Adobe MAX 2010 for Designers and Developers

MAX is the annual Adobe keynote event. At this event designers and developers meet up to discuss what is going on in the industry. Moreover, MIX is a great spotlight to showcase cool features of the latest Adobe applications and methods. We have collected some of the keynotes that we found worth watching, maybe you will like them too!

Just a note: this post is in no way sponsored by Adobe. We just like what they do and think they deserve some attention. Also note that some videos discusses more general design and development ideologies, not necessarily coupled to Adobe.

  • What’s new in Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended

    Discover the many design, motion, and digital imaging possibilities in Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended with Photoshop Product Manager, Bryan O’Neil Hughes. Explore the latest hot features in this hands-on session that will cover Content-Aware Fill, improved selection tools, Puppet Warp, painting tools, 3D capabilities, and so much more. You’ll learn how to create mind-blowing effects — the same ones used by leading professionals today — and get your work done fast.

  • Tips for creating jaw-dropping effects with Photoshop CS5 Extended

    Discover the many design possibilities with Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended by exploring the latest design trends from movies, TV, and magazines. This session will cover masks, selections, and creating stunning effects, including working with 3D and video, plus so much more. You’ll walk away with killer tips and techniques that take advantage of the magic of Photoshop.

  • Pixelperfect Photoshop CS5 Power Shortcuts for Web and Interactive Designers

    Learn essential Photoshop CS5 skills to produce images that look great, load fast on the web, and work well in Flash Professional. We’ll reveal optimization tools and techniques for making images look their best, while debunking web resolution myths. Discover easy techniques for correcting color and tone and recovering image detail. Learn how to enhance JPEG files using Camera Raw and how to control optimization settings for embedded bitmaps in Flash Professional. And, get tips for optimizing your workstation for fast performance. This session is a must for anyone who works with images for web and interactive design.

  • Principles of interaction design for graphic designers

    Learn how to take your skills in visual design for print and the web into the exciting and rapidly growing field of designing for user experiences. Get an understanding of this multidisciplinary field and see how interaction designers provide solutions to complex design challenges and define new and evolving interactive products and services.

  • Game theory and design for the Flash platform

    Learn the tools of the trade for creating great games for the Adobe Flash Platform, including enhancing the fun factor, optimizing performance, and deploying across devices. John Say and his team at Say Design have enjoyed the excitement and rewards of building a wide variety of games over the last ten years using the Flash Platform. From the web to mobile to kiosks, they have delivered games on almost every device enabled for the Flash Platform. Catch up on their latest tips and tricks for Flash Player on mobile.

  • HTML5 and jQuery Mobile

    Ben Forta, Adobe’s Director of Evangelism interviews Paul Gubbay, VP Design and Web Engineering at Adobe and John Resig, father and lead developer of the JQuery JavaScript library as they discuss Adobe and its relationship to HTML5, and Adobe’s work supporting JQuery.

  • Get your hands on Adobe BrowserLab

    Speed up cross-browser testing to make sure your web designs look as you intended for the widest possible audience. Learn how to preview dynamic web pages and local content with multiple viewing, diagnostic, and comparison tools in BrowserLab, an Adobe CS Live online service.

  • Introducing CSS3 Transitions and Animations

    Discover new techniques for adding motion to content. Since the early days of the web, we’ve relied on Flash technology, and more recently, JavaScript. But now, with WebKit and Mozilla leading the way, transformations and transitions can be achieved with pure CSS. And for those in need of even more movement, CSS3 provides keyframe-based animations. In this session, we’ll take a look at all of the possibilities and explore what works and where — from the simplest hover effects to creative usability enhancements and the sure-to-be-popular spinning corporate logo. It’s all about the movement, baby!

  • HTML5: Half-baked, Baked or Ready for the table?

    The cooks are still in the kitchen, but the enticing smells of HTML5 are filling the room. Learn about the tasty semantic progression from XHTML to HTML5 that’s sure to have markup connoisseurs salivating. In this session, we’ll serve up a filling buffet of savory structural elements, flavorful form markup, and succulent ways of presenting audio and video with a focus on satisfying your cravings for tomorrow’s technologies through practical implementations today. Bon appétit!

  • Preview of the Edge Prototype Tool for HTML5

    Okay, this video is not from MIX10, but it still is a project by Adobe that I think is worth mentioning.

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