Monthly Archives: October 2011
Adobe Reader is now available for iPhone and iPad. This free app is available for download in the iTunes app store. Adobe Reader for iOS has been designed with the touch screen user in mind and includes many of the same features that desktop users have come to love including bookmarks, text search, and thumbnail navigation. iOS users can also print wirelessly with AirPrint and email PDFs as attachments. As of yet, annotation capabilities are not part of the current … Continue reading
Few things are more frustrating for a mobile user than trying to view a website that is not optimized for mobile devices. With growing trends in mobile technology, it is important for businesses to develop content that is easily accessible from various mobile devices. Dustin Tauer’s session at the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce provided a great overview of mobile content development. During this seminar, Dustin discussed a variety of methods that businesses can use to deploy content that is … Continue reading
I’m excited for my presentation at the ASTD Nebraska Chapter’s Trainer’s Institute event today. For everyone attending, you can view/download my slides below. Trainers Institute eLearning Presentation View more presentations from easelsolutions.
The countdown is on for the Rule of Thumb Small Business Conference put on by the Small Business Association of the Midlands. The daylong conference is designed to help small business owners in Nebraska and Iowa develop and grow their businesses. Topics that will be covered in break-out sessions throughout the day will include social media, marketing, business finance and new tax laws. I’m very excited to be presenting a session on software technology. The session is going to cover … Continue reading
We had another great MN.swf meeting. Adam Zucchi started things off talking about his mobile development experience and showed a lot of techniques he used to overcome some obstacles (showed lots of code too!). Then Zara Gonzalez talked about her lessons-learned with four super cool mobile applications (also displayed her obsession with monsters…hehe). I ended the meeting with a lightning round of announcements from Adobe MAX. My slides were packed full with links to more information. Here’s the slide deck … Continue reading