Graphic designers can go standard with new Edge program
on Thursday,June 23,2011 22:06
As more companies are looking to increase their online presence, a number of graphic designers are putting their mark on the world wide web with one of their designs.
CNET reports that those who are looking to get into this industry may be able to go beyond Flash, as Adobe Systems is releasing a design tool called Edge. The program will allow those in the designing industry to animate websites through standard online technology.
"The underlying HTML and CSS code is untouched, which allows for designers working as animators in Edge to collaborate seamlessly with Web producers or Web designers working in HTML or CSS," product manager Doug Winnie told the news provider.
The source reports that this could be a response to critiques in the past suggesting that Adobe is too invested in Flash when it comes to web design.
Aspiring graphic designers may begin using this program in the beginning of their career. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people looking to get into the profession typically need at least a bachelor's degree.
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