Application Development: Adobe MAX 2011 Focuses on Tools for Developers, Designers
Adobe President and CEO Shantanu Narayen speaks with members of the media during Adobe MAX 2011.
Narayen, right, and CTO Kevin Lynch speak with journalists and analysts during the show in Los Angeles.
Angry Birds on Flash 11
Emmy Huang, group product manager of Adobe Gaming Solutions, and Andrew Stalbow, general manager of North America for Rovio, preview a new version of Angry Birds built on Flash Player 11.
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition
Lynch introduces Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition. Adobe Digital Publishing Suite allows freelance designers and small design firms to publish interactive content with Adobe InDesign CS5.5 on the Apple iPad tablet.
Touch for Photos
Lynch introduces Adobe Photoshop Touch. Adobe Photoshop Touch is part of the Adobe Touch Apps, a family of six intuitive touch-screen applications.
Adobe Photoshop Touch
Lynch, left, works with photographer Chase Jarvis to demonstrate Adobe Photoshop Touch.
Adobe Buys Typekit
Lynch, right, and Jeffrey Veen, founder and CEO of Typekit, announce Adobe's acquisition of Typekit. Available as a subscription-based cloud service, Typekit's vast font library gives designers and developers creative license to deliver type that enhances the Web experience.
Adobe Creative Cloud
Lynch unveils Adobe Creative Cloud, which will allow creative workers to access tools and services and collaborate online.
Adobe Touch Apps
Lynch unveils Adobe Touch Apps. Adobe Touch Apps is family of six intuitive touch-screen applications.