Entries by dsharpe

How to Remove a Course End Date in Connect

Adobe This solution is only applicable to only on premise customers; hosted much-tenancy customers are not able to edit the needed file. On the Connect server, go to: <CONNECT_HOME>/<release>/appserv/apps/course/sco_edit.xsl Search for: <xsl:variable name=”disable-date-closed-sel”  select=”boolean(/results/sco/date-end or (/results/params/param[@name=’date-end’] and /results/params/param[@name=’date-end’]!=’unset’) or (/results/nav/@style=’wizard’) )”/> Remove the section highlighted in bold italic: or (/results/nav/@style=’wizard’) Restart the Connect Services The […]

How One Artist Started a Daily Creative Practice

Adobe Writer and artist Austin Kleon, author of Steal Like an Artist, encourages every creative to regularly share their work in his latest book Show Your Work: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered. Kleon’s best seller has sparked a movement of sorts, inspiring the hashtag #ShowYourWork, in which artists, writers, and creatives fearlessly […]

7 UX Design Trends to Watch Out For in 2016

Creative Cloud This was originally published on Website Magazine.  UX design took center stage in 2015. Innovations like wearable technology and virtual reality drove designers into new realms, opening up doors that were previously not possible and in many cases not even imaginable. The narrative on the human experience and how we interact with technology, […]

Point of Sale: Retail & Travel Weekly

Marketing Cloud This week’s articles include a look at retail and mobile trends for 2016 and the role personal digital assistants could start to play in consumers’ purchase decisions. “5 Big Things That Will Happen in Retail in 2016” [Forbes]: Five trends for 2016 that will have significant impact on the retail industry. “Top 10 […]

Could You be the Next Analytics Idol in 2016?

Marketing Cloud It’s that time of the year again when we search for the top tips from our Adobe Analytics users. If you’ve attended Adobe Summit in the past five years, you might have witnessed this fun, fast-paced and informative breakout session. Is 2016 the year you decide to climb up on stage to share […]

Upcoming Security Updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB16-02)

A prenotification Security Advisory (APSB16-02) has been posted regarding upcoming updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader scheduled for Tuesday, January 12, 2016. We will continue to provide updates on the upcoming release via the Security Advisory as well as the Adobe PSIRT blog. This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties and confers no […]

Indiegogo’s Tips for a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign

Campaign strategists from Indiegogo, an international crowdfunding platform, stopped by Adobe HQ to fill us and their next batch of campaigners in on the secrets of successful fundraising. From the surprising trick to setting goals to creating a compelling pitch to mobilizing your network, here’s everything you need to know straight from the Indiegogo pros. […]

We’re on the search for interns!

Calling all students! Adobe’s University Talent Team is on the road again, searching for the best talent to join our Summer Internship program in the U.S. We’re looking for interns— undergrads through PhDs—who possess a variety of skills and are eager to make an impact at Adobe. As the industry leader in digital media and […]

MAX Sneaks: Your Photography in the Next Dimension

For more than a century, we’ve thought of photography in two dimensions — flat images that visually represent a three-dimensional world on paper or screen. Even in the world of digital imaging, working with three dimensional models and content has been more of a playground for professional game developers or high-end special effects engineers, than […]