Adobe Systems Presented With The Art Directors Club 2001 Vision Award
Press release from the issuing company
SAN JOSE, Calif., (June 6, 2001) (Nasdaq: ADBE)--Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced it has been awarded The Art Directors Club Vision Award for 2001, honoring the company's outstanding contributions to the visual communications industry.
"The board chose Adobe this year because of the elegance and technological excellence of its products and the company's deep understanding of the needs of the creative community," explained Myrna Davis, executive director of The Art Directors Club. "Adobe's impact on the field of visual communications is immeasurable."
The Vision Award, previously know as the Management Award, is intended to honor those who distinguish themselves through the recognition of the relationship of design to performance, thereby contributing to a climate of extraordinary creative excellence in communication, education, and social awareness.
"It is a distinct honor to receive The Art Directors Club Vision Award and we proudly share this honor with our millions of customers who make our products come to life every day," said Bruce Chizen, Adobe president and CEO.
Adobe and its technological leadership launched the modern publishing revolution in the 1980s and for nearly two decades, the company has been fueling creativity with its graphics and publishing products, including Adobe(r) Photoshop(r), Adobe Illustrator(r) Adobe Acrobat(r) and Adobe InDesign(tm) software. Today, Adobe is at the heart of the Network Publishing evolution enabling the creation, management and delivery of visually-rich, personalized content anywhere, anytime on any device.
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