If you can’t choose between high-technology and hipster credentials, a new “smart” Moleskine notebook might be the answer. The $33 notebook includes access to a smartphone app, though you’ll also need an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. Once you’ve sketched a design in the notebook, you can take a photo with the app and it will […]
What You'll Be Creating Adobe has recently released a new update for its InDesign CC software. With continued enhancements being made to Typekit, namely making the syncing of fonts in Creative Cloud more slick and seamless while you work, it’s a great time to try out CC if you haven’t already. Show More Summary
The new Moleskine Smart Notebook takes paper drawings to the next level as it digitizes sketches to Vector files editable in Adobe Creative Cloud! Moleskine is well known for its popular notebooks,... Read more Read full original article at Moleskine Smart Notebook Converts Sketches to Vector Files in Adobe Creative Cloud ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.
As part of its big mobile push, Adobe opened up its SDK to allow third-party apps to tap into Creative Cloud, and Moleskine's latest effort takes full advantage. Similar to its collaborative offering with Evernote, the Moleskine Smart Notebook uses...
Notebook maker Moleskine has partnered with Adobe to put your sketches in Creative Cloud with a new notebook and app. Much like their Evernote journal, Moleskine's new Creative Cloud product is designed especially to bridge the gap between analogue and digital work. Show More Summary
A specially designed notebook -- regular paper except for small visual markers on the edges of the pages -- and an accompanying iPhone app allow a user to photograph the drawn image, and then export it for use in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Even graphic designers who grew up in the digital age cannot help but be enamored by the tactile power of the pen-meets-paper workflow. Moleskine gets that, and in response, has teamed up with Adobe to launch a custom Moleskine Smart Notebook, that directly connects to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service. Show More Summary
The entire Creative Cloud suite is on sale from now through November 28th. The post Adobe’s Creative Cloud early Black Friday sale appeared first on AppleTell.
Back in September, Adobe snatched up Aviary to pad its mobile portfolio, and the photo-editing app has released its first major post-acquisition update. In what will come as no surprise, Aviary now syncs all of your in-app tools with Creative Cloud...
Aviary has today announced their biggest update since joining forces with Adobe, bring a much improved Photo Editor by Aviary app to Android and iOS. The photo editing app — which allows users to edit on the fly with tools like one-tap...Show More Summary
Aviary has today announced their biggest update since joining forces with Adobe, bring a much improved Photo Editor by Aviary app to Android and iOS. The photo editing app — which allows users to edit on the fly with tools like one-tap enhance, color balance, and stickers — today adds over $200 worth of effects for free as well as Creative Cloud sync.
Two months after acquiring photo editing app and SDK Aviary, Adobe today announced a major update to Aviary’s standalone iOS and Android apps, introducing Creative Cloud-powered syncing; visual effects like highlights, shadows, overlays, and vignettes; and a “re-built” brush tool. Show More Summary
Share content with Creative Cloud and open it in Photoshop or Illustrator. The post Paper app updated with Adobe Creative Cloud features appeared first on AppleTell.
The popular iPad drawing and sketching app Paper by FiftyThree has been updated with Adobe Creative Cloud integration, push notifications and sharing directly from Mix, a camera view during account creation, smoother shadows and general improvements for iOS 8. The updated version of Paper by FiftyThree is available now on the App Store. Adobe Creative Cloud […]
by Awl Sponsors Brought to you by the Adobe Creative Cloud The old boundaries are breaking down. Photographers are branching out into video. Designers are learning code. It’s less about your title and more about finding new ways to tell your story. Show More Summary
A lot has been said about adobe’s move from the licencing model to the rental model which Adobe calls the creative cloud. It started with adding a $9.99/ month photography package which includes Photoshop and Lightroom, but now we may be seeing the next step on the Adobe Creative Cloud pricing. It turns out that browsing to Adobe’s creative [...]Show More Summary
In this edition of Weekend Reading, we’ve got stories on Project Spark, the Surface Pro 3’s role in the workplace and Adobe Creative Cloud now optimized for Surface Pro 3. Project Spark made its official world debut in stores this week,...Show More Summary
As someone who, admittedly, still hasn’t entirely accepted the Creative Cloud (and as someone who prefers their editing programs to be desktop based), I confess that I’ve been moonlighting with the Capture One Pro software as a potential replacement for when/if I’m ever ready to branch away from Adobe. I also admit that I’ve been [...]Show More Summary
Yesterday at their MAX conference, Adobe unveiled a series of new mobile apps and the public beta of the Creative SDK, which will allow third parties to link mobile apps into Creative Cloud. New ‘Creative Profiles’ allow users to connect...Show More Summary
As expected, mobile and touch capabilities were the star of the show at Adobe’s Keynote this morning. The majority of the presentation revolved around product demos of their mobile apps, some of which are new as of today. Photoshop Mix, a mobile app that caters to non-destructive photo editing on the go, looks surprisingly strong for composite [...]Show More Summary