It was magic to our ears the first time Adobe whispered that little nothing we'd been longing to hear (via conference call): Digital Publishing Suite, a paradigm-shifting digital tool to put publishing back in the black. It's an initiative that Owen is eager to get behind.
Over the last year we've created DPS-based apps for Adobe's higher education, human resource, and digital publishing teams. DPS helped us tell a far more complete story than is possible with print alone. Visit the iTunes app store to grab a copy for yourself.
When you meet that special someone, you just know. In the case of the Adobe Life project, we met three Adobe employees. Well, we actually spent a few days following them with a camera, interviewing them about everything Adobe.
Sometimes we even turn the camera on ourselves and let our lovelight shine.
Adobe loves art. We love making it. If that's not a match made in heaven, we don't know what is. From original campaign illustrations to product packaging and motion design, Owen has created artwork all across the Adobe universe.
“Owen Jones and Partners' work has always been excellent, they frequently expand my thinking on any given project, and they are utterly reliable (something I now take for granted). At Adobe, I work with a number of agencies, from large, world-class advertising firms, to small boutiques from around the world. And, frankly, I wouldn't be comfortable not having Owen among my creative partners.”
Approximately seven hundred and eighty-four projects later, you've got the story of a nearly ten-year romance between Owen Jones and Adobe. The relationship started small, a few whitepapers here, a couple datasheets there. Soon we were so entrenched in the Adobe brand that we were looked upon as brand stewards by their internal teams. When Adobe knows that they need it great, on time, and for a reasonable sum, they know they can count on their loving friend, Owen.
It's been quite a journey, and Owen has been lucky to have such a great client on our side.
Where to next? Only time will tell.