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Adobe calls it a “thought leadership and networking platform.” We call it fascinating, fun and worth far more than a half day’s effort in Hotlanta on May 5.
Back by popular demand, Adobe Day at the STC Summit in Atlanta featured thought leadership, debate and great networking opportunities for the participants… and oh yeah… great food and hospitality provided by the TCS 4 team. Folks in the room were treated to a keynote by the “Father of Framemaker,” Charles Corfield (nVoq), offering a glimpse at the past and a look at the future.
Rahel Bailey (Intentional Design) talked about the content economy and how to prepare for it and succeed in it. John Daigle (Evergreen Online Learning) chauffeured the group down the mobile documentation highway. Mark Lewis (Quark) hammered home ways to develop useful metrics for content carpenters. And the soon-to-be-(in)famous panel of thought leaders weighed in on a few questions that should matter to all of us in technical communication.
If you couldn’t be in Atlanta for the STC Summit, zip on through these comments, posts and photos to get the highlights and big tweetable moments from Adobe Day 2013.
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