At Adobe, we believe that creativity is more than just good business — it can help transform lives, lift up communities, and make our planet healthier. Discover Adobe customers who are using our products to address important social and environmental issues.
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Design-led thinking with Adobe Creative Cloud empowers kids with personalized bionic arms.
“Our role is not only to develop and provide accessible technology, but also utilize the power of visuals to amplify our bionic kids’ and families’ voices and stories to build awareness throughout the rest of the community. This is what allows Limbitless to not only garner genuine buy-in and support of our mission, but also empower our bionic kids.”
Sanofi France uses Adobe tools to communicate and engage with healthcare professionals, bringing life-saving therapies to market faster.
“We wanted more than a technology vendor. We were thinking strategically about who could help us evolve in all areas of the business over the long term. As a strategic partner, Adobe can help make us successful in our digital transformation journey.”
Valérie Abrell Duong, Vice President of IT, Digital, and Innovation
State of Utah employees deliver a swift emergency response during dual COVID-19 and earthquake crises with Acrobat Sign.
Utah’s Workplace Teleworking Initiative quickly evolved to a must-have service as unexpected events made it impossible to do business-as-usual. So far, it has been a resounding success in easily handling high volumes of contracts to ensure business continuity.
USA Today captures the attention of millions with “Just the FAQs” explainer videos created with Creative Cloud.
"Our workflow is the same now as it was pre-COVID. I feel like we’ve been preparing for this moment for two years, since we implemented Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise and made our workflow completely digital."
Census Bureau moves to digital research and testing to provide better experiences in the face of a crisis.
“No one anticipated a scenario quite like COVID-19, but we purposely planned the 2020 Census to be flexible and resilient. But having the ability to get people to respond online has really helped insulate us more than we could have possibly hoped.”
Stephen Buckner, Assistant Director of Communications
Cut off from many tools and resources due to COVID-19, Temple University students embrace environmentally conscious design.
“This has really opened up the doors for not just students who are conscious about sustainability, but those who will also have to be more mindful of finances. Having this experience and learning, along with our students, we have finally found a silver lining to moving our classes online this spring semester.”
Abby Guido, Assistant Professor of Graphic and Interactive Design
The State of Hawaii saved $5 million in 2.5 years by reducing printing and labor costs associated with signing paper documents.
“State employees want to work with the latest tools so that they deliver more to the taxpayer for less cost. Our eSign Services initiative helped kick off a digital transformation throughout the state government that encourages us to be more agile and responsive so that we can deliver better and more valuable services for our citizens.”
S&P Global Market Intelligence coordinated programs resulting in a 95% process rate of marketing qualified leads.
“Here at S&P Global, our corporate responsibility mission is that our essential intelligence powers inclusive, sustainable, economies and thriving global communities. With Marketo Engage, we created a strategic, multi-channel marketing approach to solidify our position as a thought leader and key provider in this space.”