What would you do with Adobe Creative Cloud , an empty studio space, and 24 hours? The possibilities are endless, but Jessica Walsh and Stefan Sagmeister of S agmeister & Walsh have decided to reinterpret our Adobe MAX logo in a 24-hour creative session that will be live streamed, which they’re endearingly calling “play” (sounds like hard-work to us). The 24-hour creative session will be live streamed on a Times Square billboard in New York City and our Adobe Creative Cloud Create Now Facebook app . Be sure to tune in, the live stream starts Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 9:45 a.m.
Export to HTML5 from Flash Professional by Mar 4
"The coming HTML5 standard promises to leverage websites running video, animations or interactive features, without requiring technologies like Flash or DirectX. In other words, the new engine will have more power and more gears, and the smooth interior will now come as standard equipment" by Mar 9
Assurez-vous de savoir ce qui va changer avec HTML5. Si Jacques Séguéla était blogueur il nous dirait : « si on est blogueur et qu’on a jamais entendu parler de HTML5, c’est qu’on a raté son blog! ». by Mar 25
My Background <canvas> entered my awareness in 2006 when Firefox v2.0 was released. An article on Ajaxian , describing the transformation matrix, inspired me to create my first <canvas> web-app; Color Sphere (2007). Which immersed me into the world of colors, and graphic primitives; inspiring the creation of Sketchpad (2007-2008) in an effort to put together an application “better than Paint” in the browser. These experiments eventually led to the creation of the startup Mugtug with my long-time friend Charles Pritchard. We’re developing Darkroom in HTML5 <canvas>.
html5 Typographic effects in canvas by Mar 16