Company/Organisation Profile
Adobe Systems UK

innovation profiles:
048 - Will your learning content survive over time?
089 - ICT enables different learning styles
106 - Digital content is sharable
130 - Creativity needs tools and time
143 - The fourth corner

Adobe Systems Incorporated helped launch the desktop publishing revolution in 1982 and is at the heart of the next publishing revolution, network publishing. Network publishing is about making reliable, visually rich information available to anyone, anywhere, on any device. Today, Adobe offers a comprehensive line of software for enterprise and creative professional customers. Its products enable customers to create, manage, and deliver visually rich, compelling, and reliable content.

Each day, millions of people worldwide turn to Adobe's award-winning software to bring ideas to life on the Web, the printed page, and video. Adobe is increasingly providing enterprise and creative customers with the tools needed to do their jobs better and faster. In fact, a majority of the images on the Web today were created or modified with one or more of Adobe's products, such as Adobe® Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator®, Adobe Acrobat®, Adobe GoLive®, Adobe FrameMaker®, Adobe Premiere®, and Adobe After Effects®.

Customers span every industry and profession, from multinational corporations to small businesses, and range from highly skilled graphic designers to home users to corporate employees. A discount of up to 75% is offered to users in education. Regardless of industry or level of expertise, the reason for using Adobe software remains the same: to create and deliver high-quality content that conveys a consistent, distinctive image across the Web, print, and video.

Adobe has special prices for education customers.