Monday, September 14, 2015

How the iPad Pro with Pencil Maps to the Desktop Publishing Revolution of the Past | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis

For another perspective, see Sorry, Apple. Turns Out Designers Don't Use iPads (Wired)

"With the iPad Pro and Pencil, Apple gives these same customers Jobs wanted to serve when he came back to Apple in 1997 another set of tools that will dramatically impact their workflow. In fact, the presenter from Adobe at last week’s event stated using Adobe Tools designed to work with Pencil meant people can now do things they could not even do on a PC. For these users, this is a big deal. I talked to some graphics designers after the Apple event and they are salivating over this product. They can now toss out their Wacom tablets and work directly on a large screen and interact with and manipulate their drawings, designs and engineering projects at the pixel level, which ultimately gives them more control of their designs or projects."
How the iPad Pro with Pencil Maps to the Desktop Publishing Revolution of the Past | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
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