Adobe Flash Platform Summit 2010 India

Adobe Flash Platform Summit 2010 India

 Adobe is organizing a two day conference in Bangalore, India on August 25th and 26th. The Adobe Flash Platform Summit will be the great place to update yourself and to learn about their latest technologies and network with other industry professionals.

With 40+ sessions spread over 2 days, the conference promises to be bigger than ever. Day 1 will be focused on RIA development and Day 2 will be focused on RIA design. Apart from the Adobe experts, listen and interact with the vibrant Flash Platform community. Registrations are open and you can pay electronically as well at the website.

Some great news I have some discount codes I can give away to people interested to attend. If you are interested and want to get one, just leave a comment on this post with your thoughts on the future of the Flash Platform. What features would you like to see supported? How do you see the technology being adopted in India? Are there any obstacles to overcome?

I will be there, let’s keep in touch and see you there. 🙂


Live webinars: Adobe Developer Week Is Next Week

Adobe Developer Week is organizing new live webinars next week, if you like, you can register here.

Building Multi-Screen Applications with the Adobe Flash Platform and Adobe Creative Suite 5
Monday, May 10, 2010 | 11:00 AM US/Pacific
Building Mobile Applications with Adobe Flash Professional CS5: Create a Game
Tuesday, May 11, 2010 | 11:00 AM US/Pacific
Creating Sexy Applications with the Adobe Flash Platform: Designer-Developer Workflow
Wednesday, May 12, 2010 | 9:00 AM US/Pacific
Building Desktop Applications with Adobe AIR 2.0
Friday, May 14, 2010 | 4:00 PM US/Pacific


Designing for Mobile in India?

Designing for Mobile in India

Mobile Design India’s first event  focuses on the theme of “Designing for India”
The Indian market is a unique mobile innovation playground and untapped opportunity for anyone wanting to develop mass-market mobile experiences that needs to work across a myriad of languages, operators, income-segments, networks and user needs. Mobile has revolutionized the way people conduct business, get entertained, educated, married, to keeping up with cricket scores.

On one side the Indian masses go for “aspirational” experiences that make them stand out. At the same time the core offering of simplicity, universality and easy access has never been more important than the present, where all pc-based experiences from the developed world are already being leapfrogged by being made available directly on mobile in the places like India.  There are fewer legacies in markets like India. Mobile developers and designers have a wonderful opportunity to push for new behaviours, interactions and experiences.

This group is co-founded by Priya Prakash from Nokia, and she is planning the group’s first event. The event will focus on 4 companies/startups that are crafting mobile user experiences thus taking advantage of the Indian market mobile opportunity and challenges.

When: 29th April from 6:30pm onwards
Where: @ Jaaga | Rhenius Street, Off Richmond Road, Opposite the Hockey Association Stadium main gate, Shanthinagar, Bangalore.
Register here:

If you think designing for devices which is something you are passionate about, this is the right place and i am very excited about this event and hoping it will make big. 🙂


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Design for Mobile 2009 conference

design for mobile

Design For Mobile is the first and only North American mobile user experience conference. This is a two-day conference focused on strategy and tactics for user research, product definition, interaction and other design, and usability testing. A day of workshops precede the conference sessions.

Event Time: April 20-22, 2009
Registration: is now open with the early bird rate available until March 7th.

I feel and think design is something which can change the way people look things and connects everyone. 🙂


LG Japan shows off phone design concept winners, cool concepts :)

During the recent Tokyo Designers Week event, LG Japan displayed the winning concept phones of their Mobile Design Contest. Have a look in to these cool concepts which may be upcoming future phones and how they are emotionally attached with our daily life style and uses. I really like the concept of braile phone model “fbt” which featured a braille keypad, while the entire back of the phone does double-duty as a braille display and keypad. Users can send and receive text messages in braille.

wow 🙂