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Adobe: Non-Format

A rare glimpse behind the scenes at Non-Format who have been working with Adobe on the core imagery for Adobe CS6 Design Standard Package. Mandatory viewing for everyone!

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    26th Apr 2012
    4:58 am
  1. Wow, I’ve been a big fan of their work for years, it’s so cool to see a video about them. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Paul
    26th Apr 2012
    10:51 am
  3. WOW – Creative and the way the collaborate over the 1000s of miles apart. True mobile working.

  4. GreigGreig
    26th Apr 2012
    12:31 pm
  5. Great feature guys, really interesting to see the digital technology allowing them to live in separate parts of the world that suit them personally without affecting the way that they work professionally. True 24hr design collaboration there as well. Interesting to see.

    27th Apr 2012
    8:13 am
  7. great work from these two guys over the past few years. The world is getting more creative but smaller at the same time. #ilovesnowtoo

  8. DanielFreytagDanielFreytag
    27th Apr 2012
    8:59 am
  9. So good to see a different way of working. We all dream about the alternatives to a static design studio environment – it’s great to see it in action with these guys. Good feature.

  10. Stewart
    30th Apr 2012
    12:15 pm
  11. Really interesting to see a different way of working. Nice

  12. Dan Moore
    30th Apr 2012
    7:42 pm
  13. Really interesting insight into how this this great duo have developed. I’m always intrigued by long-term partnerships and how changes in lifestyle can happen around a business – good work Non-Format and Adobe.

  14. HaZ
    7th May 2012
    5:41 pm
  15. Great insight into 2 awesome designers! (non format). The lifestyle vs business is very inspiring!

  16. Emil Olsson
    27th Jun 2012
    9:08 am
  17. Very nice. Considered uploading this video on Vimeo or YouTube?

  18. GlennGlenn
    28th Jun 2012
    8:39 am
  19. Yeah I couldn’t find the video anywhere else at the time. Probably has to do with companies like Adobe not wanting people to link to Vimeo or Youtube directly.

    Drives more traffic to their own site, I guess.

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