How design thinking and lean startup are changing the way Adobe builds new products

By Stephen Ellison, Contributing Writer

Adobe Spark GM Aubrey Cattell

At age 35, Adobe is no longer one of Silicon Valley’s young guns. But the software company, which sells primarily to creative professionals, is working hard to stay nimble. One example: the development of a new storytelling tool for “everyday communicators” — among them students, small businesses, and nonprofits — looking for an alternative to Microsoft Office.

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