Moving Screens: Video for Mobile Devices
November 28, 2012
11:00 a.m. central
Will Hyde, founder of Fad (now Superfad) & senior worldwide design evangelist at Adobe Systems
Thanks to improved internet bandwidth and the power of mobile devices, it’s now commonplace for people to watch video on these devices. As designers get more involved in creating websites, apps and digital publications, they have more opportunities to incorporate video into their work. Additionally, DSLR cameras are giving people an affordable way to capture relatively good-quality video. With all this content—and all this opportunity—how can designers get involved? There is definitely still a time and place for highly-produced, top-quality video content. But there’s also increasing opportunity for timely, okay-quality video, particularly in the world of social media. So let’s talk the basics of video editing and motion design.
Not sure you can make it? Go ahead and register anyway! Whether or not you attend the live event, as a registrant you will receive a link to view the archived version.
This is part of “Breakthroughs: Where Inspiration and Technology Meet,” a new, free, exclusive webinars from Adobe and AIGA. This series will explore the ways that today’s studios are creating innovative, multi-platform experiences as well as the tools they are using to achieve them. These members-only webinars pair visionary designers with Adobe experts that will help lead you to your next design breakthrough. Moderated by educator and interaction designer Callie Neylan, these mobile-focused sessions will address best practices and zero in on fresh ideas for using new technology and platforms to exceed client expectations.