Adobe is making big strides in trying to connect people with their products through their innovative iPad apps. The three new apps, called Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav, are going to change the way that people create and manipulate images into art. Instead of moving the entire experience of working with Adobe Photoshop onto the iPad, these apps enhance the experience and give you more control over small parts of the pieces.
This makes me wish I had an iPad to experiment with all this new stuff. I say that in about two years, there will be so many more cool integrated apps that make the user experience a much better experience. Older people won’t be as turned off by technology because it will be easier to understand.