Tech for Good

Tech for Good

Adobe believes that experiences can inspire, transform industries and move the world forward. We use our products to create change, and we celebrate our customers using Adobe products and technology to create experiences that drive social or environmental impact.

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The Power of Stories to Transform Lives
Zooming in on a groundbreaking photographer Annie Griffiths is something of an inspiration. In 1978, she became one of the first female photographers at National Geographic. Her award-winning work has been featured in iconic publications such as LIFE, Geo, Smithsonian, and Time. She has traveled to every continent capturing stories with the power to change lives....
Oct 5, 2020 1:00 PM ET
Adobe Sign Customer Video: Spin the Globe
Sylvia Longmire has always been passionate about traveling, but in 2005 she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and started using a wheelchair. Determined to continue exploring the world, she started Spin the Globe, a blog and travel agency, to help other wheelchair users research and book accessible travel. Sylvia uses...
Sep 11, 2020 1:00 PM ET
Beyond Gourmet Sandwiches and Into Full-Scale Community Support: GD Bro Burger
Signal Hill, just south of Los Angeles, is lucky to have Hue Nguyen and his devoted crew of apprentice cooks, caterers, runners, and organizers. As the owner of GD Bro Burger, Hue has expanded his operation over the past few months — far beyond gourmet sandwiches and into full-scale community support — with the help of...
Aug 25, 2020 12:00 PM ET
Adobe Joins Forces With the United Nations Environment Programme and The Ocean Agency to Create Change in Ocean Conservation
Our oceans are facing a perfect storm of pollution, overfishing, and climate change, and these threats have pushed ecosystems such as coral reefs to the tipping point of collapse. Over half a billion people...
Aug 20, 2020 4:30 PM ET
The Art and Science of Changing Lives
As a graduate student in mechanical engineering at the University of Central Florida (UCF), Albert Manero always wanted to use his engineering skills to change the world. One morning in 2013, he caught a glimpse of how he might do it. “I heard a radio interview with a man who developed the first 3D-printed mechanical hand, shared his design, and essentially started a global movement of...
Jul 9, 2020 12:00 PM ET

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