An Adobe expert demonstrates some of the lesser-known techniques possible with the Creative Cloud apps.
Almost a third of those subscribers were added in the past three months alone. Adobe reps say this is much “faster growth than expected.
Adobe’s been building a lot of bridges between development and design lately, and its latest launch is a very solid bridge, indeed.
“To be clear, $9.99 is not an introductory price,” Adobe employee Winston Hendrickson wrote in a blog post on the news. “It is the price for those of you who sign up by December 31, 2013.”
Editor’s Pick With this list, we’ll name and keep track of 10 cloud-based, XaaS (everything as a service) companies that boast not only innovative products but also market momentum, cross-platform capabilities, and a forward-looking vision.
For a single user to get this package, the price is $20, so giving the app to a whole work group for $10 more is kind of crazy, but good-crazy, like NeNe Leakes or something.
While not specifically stated, I felt like one of the driving points behind Adobe’s decision to transform its Creative Suite software bundle into a subscription-based online service (Creative Cloud) was an intention to curb the large number of people who would pirate apps like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
Adobe hit analyst expectations by bringing in $1.01 billion in revenue, sending its stock upward over 4 percent.
Design tech company Adobe has acquired San Francisco-based creative consulting firm Ideacodes, the company announced today.
Editor’s Pick This is the last stop for the Creative Suite train; all passengers must deboard. But the next train is so much better. And for Adobe, it’s even more lucrative than $700 bi-annual installments.
Here is every new app and feature Adobe is announcing today, all in a super convenient list to help you decide what you should buy and what you can save on this time around.
The “CC” stands for Creative Cloud, Adobe’s new paradigm for delivering and upgrading software that allows for creativity, collaboration, and a sense of community among like-minded professionals across the creative industries.
Starting today, Creative Cloud subscribers (paid tiers only) will get free access to Behance’s ProSites, a feature that gives creatives customized online portfolios with cleaned-up URLs and great UIs.
The bottom line is this: Responsive design is no longer optional. Or at least it won’t be in another year or two.
Behance is a slick, full-featured site for publishing portfolios and finding inspiration. And now, it’s part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
Adobe is giving old media people easy tools for learning how to create and collaborate around digital media, from websites to tablet apps and far beyond.
Today, Adobe is unveiling Edge, a suite of tools for developing and designing modern web and mobile apps and sites.
To promote the upcoming release of its Creative Cloud subscription service and the latest version of its Creative Suite software collection, CS6, Adobe hosted a flashy launch event at the de Young Museum in San Francisco Monday.