In 1993, 12-year-old Jesse Miller was introduced to Adobe Photoshop on the Macintosh II. At the time, the software was only available on Macintosh computers, and at that same time, Jesse was only editing photos of his classmates goofing off or participating in extracurricular activities.
Now the founder of Miller Communications, Jesse and his communications team assemble creative, digital content for businesses and brands through Adobe Creative Suite. Complete with Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere, Indesign, Illustrator and the entire creative adobe suite, the software package proved to be an imperative tool for communications professionals by stimulating the creative spirit and process necessary for creating original content.
We primarily use Adobe Photoshop, and design eye-stimulating advertisements for our clients and use our ad work as a communication tool between our clients and their clientele.
For example, we design ads for Methow Reservations, a lodging company located in the Methow Valley in Washington state.
Brought into existence by brothers Thomas and John Knoll, the duo developed Photoshop in 1987 and sold it to Adobe for $34.5 million in 1995. Adobe then created Adobe Creative Suite in 2003, which consists of a conglomeration of Adobe’s varying software programs, like Illustrator and Indesign.
While businesses change and software evolves, one facet remains the same at Miller Communications, and that’s our ability to fashion genuine, innovative content through Adobe Creative Suite.