Adobe Launches Engaging Content Creation and Publishing Tool
FREMONT, CA: Adobe is all about brewing engaging technology experience in human life in a simple way. The company has now released a new content creation and sharing tool called ‘Slate’ for iPad users who can now create, share, and publish their stories as a unique image-text combo.
Building on its expertise in digital imagery, typography and web design, Adobe enables users from academic or business domains to create refreshing content that catches the eye of the viewer. Adobe Slate maintains display features that are aligned with the form factors of various devices including tablets, smartphones and desktops. Users can share their content rich creations as links through text message, email, embedded in websites or posted on social media, reports Business Wire.
Besides having the capability to apply scrolling transitions in an automated manner, Adobe Slate offers users with a rich pool of font combinations, fun colors and motion that gives an edge to the story. Photos that can pop is an attractive feature that users can use to build a stronger narrative by using text in conjunction.
Power to Share
Users can also use Slate for greater interaction with online users through Call-to-Action buttons that link to online sites for events such as donation, volunteering, or to know more about a particular subject. The content can be automatically published and streamed as a Web link via a range of channels spanning social media, text message, email, and embedded in personal blogs and website.
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