Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom Creative Cloud photography suite normally costs $10 each month, but Amazon’s currently selling a 12-month plan for just $7 per month for Black Friday. Creative Cloud plans don’t go on sale often, so if...Show More Summary
Designers, two of most important tools in your arsenal are Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator. Whether you’re a new user or want to improve your skills, you’ll want to check out this deal we have on…
Adobe has released a new video with artists talking about using Creative Cloud apps on the iPad Pro: Watch and hear what some of the world’s most creative people think about using Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Sketch, Photoshop...Show More Summary
Back in April, Adobe promised to pay more attention to the Android side of its mobile app collection. Over the next several months, new apps were added to the Play Store and continued to receive regular updates. But the real question...Show More Summary
As I mentioned last week, things have been picking up pace over the last couple of weeks, the combination of a bit more focus and having Adobe Creative Cloud on my decent laptop (as opposed to InDesign CS3 on my prehistoric, slow laptop)...Show More Summary
The complexities of design and development in 2015 require a flexible approach. Where once large agencies hired permanent staff and fed them jobs, now small agencies, and even freelancers, build dynamic teams for each fresh challenge. This on-the-fly approach is made possible by a core team supplementing its skills and experience when required. It’s a trend […]
Extensis has updated Suitcase Fusion 6 to add full compatibility with Mac OS X El Capitan (OS X 10.11) and Adobe Creative Cloud 2015. Related posts: Extensis updates Fusion to support Mac OS X Lion and Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Suitcase Fusion updates adds experimentation and inspiration Suitcase Fusion 4 gains Adobe Creative Suite 6 compatibility
Adobe’s on-the-go photo editing app Lightroom mobile requires a $9.99 a month Creative Cloud account to use on Android at the moment, but that's soon to change.
Adobe used its MAX conference in L.A. recently to unveil a host of new products for desktop and mobile users.
Adobe's Lightroom mobile apps were already free to download. However, the software still required a Creative Cloud login or for you to own the desktop version to get any real use out of it. Well, that's not the case anymore. Adobe nixed...Show More Summary
iOS (and soon Android): Adobe’s mobile version of Lightroom used to require the desktop app and a subscription to Creative Cloud to really work. Not anymore. Now you can use Lightroom on your tablet and phone to edit photos without a subscription. Read more...
The Lightroom photo workflow apps for iPhone and iPad are now completely free to use, ditching a former requirement to sign up for a Creative Cloud subscription or own the desktop software.
The Adobe MAX opening keynote address, which launched an abundance of high-profile new technologies — from updates to major apps like Photoshop and Illustrator, the launch of brand new mobile apps and the unveiling of a new Project Comet developer tool — nearly put attendees on overload. Show More Summary
Since last year, Adobe have been optimizing their desktops tools to make it more natural for you to design with gestures on Windows touch devices. Yesterday, they revealed brand new Touch Workspaces few Creative Cloud desktop apps. InDesign users will be able to create layouts with the Touch Workspace. In the video apps, you will […]
Adobe's design tools get abundant updates and changes, including improved inter-app operation.
A brand new partnership is set to bring dozens of high-quality Japanese fonts to Typekit, directly benefiting Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers. Adobe announced at its MAX creative conference today that it has entered into a pact with Morisawa, the popular Japanese type foundry, to release 20 Morisawa and TypeBank fonts in the Typekit library. Show More Summary
We got our first look at Adobe’s new Photoshop Fix app during the Apple SDCC keynote. We saw a quick demo of a person’s face being manipulated on an iPad, but there weren’t many more details available. Now, however, the app is readyShow More Summary
The company's annual Max conference debuts a host of updates to its design tools.
Adobe has announced new updates to most of its Creative Cloud desktop apps. These include new tools for graphic design, UX and web design, and video. Adobe is also introducing new touch-compatible workspaces for Windows devices.
Seems like a good time to get the iPad Pro! At Adobe MAX 2015, the world’s leading creativity conference, Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today outlines its vision for Creative Cloud — a “connected creative canvas” where people create and share their work from anywhere. With millions of members around the world, Creative Cloud brings together essential desktop […]