Adobe will be presenting a three-hour workshop at the HOW Interactive Design Conference, on Friday, Nov. 4, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Parc 55 Wyndham in San Francisco. This is a new addition to the program, and it’s included in the full-conference fee. During the workshop, Adobe will introduce new tools to help designers build HTML-based interactive projects without writing code. If you’re heading to the event (and if you’re looking to polish your interactive design skills, you should be!), plan to spend an extra half day in San Francisco to take advantage of this learning opportunity.
Adobe Workshop: Design HTML websites and publications for the iPad without writing code
Under the gun to deliver your designs for print, websites and mobile devices? Adobe has developed new technologies (code-named Muse) that will allow you to design HTML websites or immersive publications for the iPad, as easily as if you were laying out a page in InDesign. This workshop will introduce you to two new technologies that help you translate what you know about print design to interactive projects.
You’ll learn how to design and publish HTML websites without writing code. Plus, you’ll learn how you can use your existing InDesign skills (along with some new features) to design highly interactive publications (like the Wired magazine app). You will also learn how to share your app design with clients—who will be able to view it on the iPad to review—directly from InDesign. And finally, see how to publish your design as an app via the iTunes store using the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
Want to learn more about this technology? Be sure to register for the HOW Interactive Design Conference this week to save $100! Early-bird registration ends Sept. 1.