Thursday, June 14, 2007

Highlighting the community and developers on adobe.com

For the past few days, I've been spending time with many of our Community Leaders (User group managers and Community Experts) who have joined us at Adobe HQ for our annual Community Leadership Summit.

One of the things that multiple people mentioned to me, from pretty much the first second I walked in the door is that Adobe needs to a better job highlighting the community on Adobe.com. I completely agree. One of the suggestions a number of attendees mentioned at the summit was to include the community on Adobe Labs. We took a small, quick first step at that here. And Elaine Montoya even stayed up late on Tuesday night to do a mockup of her ideas. Thanks Elaine.

So, for people who already read my blog, you already know this. But if you are a first time reader, I'm using this blog for feedback from the Adobe community on how we can improve our support of you. And thats today's question. What ideas do you have on how Adobe can highlight the community more on Adobe.com.

Please comment away on my blog.

3 comments:

Raymond said...

I'm not sure if this is the best place to point it out - but the RSS feed for Labs seems old. It doesn't mention any of the latest releases.

Jonathan Wall said...

Thanks Ray. I agree, we are behind in updating that. We'll work on doing a better job there. Down the road, we'd love to automate it, so as soon as something new goes out, it generates a message automatically.

Munkii said...

It'd love to see more AIR and Flex3 tutorials run using Acrobat Connect. I would find those really helpful.