First of all, I want to apologize to my loyal readers for the recent slowness in writing for this blog. Second, I want to thank you for your tremendous feedback, support and commenting over the past two years of the existence of this blog.
It all started out as a a blog to follow along the research I made for my bachelor thesis while graduating from Graphic Design School. At the end of that, I created the DONE magazine wich reached quite good attention and received the Adobe MAX 2011 Award — thanks to all your votes! I am very grateful for everything that came out of this blog and the DONE app.
This summer, Adobe contacted me and we started working on things around Adobe’s Digital Publishing Suite. Recently, I joined the Experience Design (XD) Team that works on all tools and workflows involved while creating, publishing and viewing editorial content on mobile devices. In that team, we create experiences for Designers, Authors and Viewers in a exciting environment that’s always in motion.
We are working hard to get you, the designers and creators, great tools to create your content and give the readers the best user experience while they view your carefully edited and designed content.
Don’t be worried, I will continue this blog. I will keep you updated on developments in the industry, the environment and on Adobe’s Tools. I will express my personal opinion and will continue to give you my thoughts on Digital Publishing (and by that join colleagues like John Nack, Andre Jay Meissner and Mike Chambers, who also run their personal blogs while being an Adobe Employee).
Also, this blog is an excellent way for myself in staying in touch with you, the community and with what happens out there.
Thank you again for all your feedback and being loyal readers to this blog. It’s fun. And it’s all just the beginning.