2016 is just around the corner so we decided to do a bit of research to see what kind of exciting new changes in the world of UI/UX we had to look forward to in the new year. We found a lot of the usual New Years talk about upcoming design trends and predictions, but one thing in 2016 stood out from from the rest: Project Comet
As of March 9th, 2015, the licensing model has changed for Adobe Connect. Read this summary of the licensing terms that have been added, revised, and removed. If you are a current Adobe Connect customer, you will be given a grace period to change any existing licensing over to the new licensing terms. New customers will need to adhere to the licensing terms on purchase.
As of today, Project Parfait is becoming an official part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud and will bring it’s full functionality to Creative Cloud Files as a feature called Extract.
With the end of development on Fireworks, and the introduction of the Edge line of products, Adobe has been working on integrating Photoshop more and more seamlessly with tools that are built for developers.
Who thought choosing to record a software simulation would be so complicated? It’s easier than it used to be, for those of you who remember the good ‘ol days of Captivate, but there are still many options and choosing them effectively can be the difference between a seamless capture and hours of frustration. Let’s go over choosing the settings that are right for you.
A list of top 10 sites that I tend to reference to find out the latest trends, as well as what’s going on in the eLearning world.
Aside from being an Adobe Solution Partner, RealEyes Connect is also an Adobe Authorized Training Center. That being said, we take all facets of very seriously. The purpose of this post is to familiarize the readers with our approach to training versus traditional training methods and other training providers.
Traditionally, software training comes in three basic flavors: live with an instructor, online with a live instructor or on demand when you need it. Each has its benefits, drawbacks and variations. I’ll stick to the KISS method and cover the big points.
At RealEyes we have always had a policy of sharing things that we know and learn with the community. Take a look at what we will be doing in 2014 to expand our horizons. Join us at any upcoming sessions and stay tuned as we update our schedules!
Over the last seven years, I have become very familiar with what various web conferencing solutions offer. Each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Since we can’t get all the manufacturers to come together to build a single super web conferencing tool — we’ll just have to stick with the tool that best fits our needs.