The new Adobe Creative Cloud will be presented today at a press conference in Los Angeles. Typically, this is the perfect occasion when the organization shows its newest up-dates and offers users a glance of the new functions it is working on. Here, there are included a series of famous programs, like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom and Premiere Pro.
This day is no exception, since Adobe is releasing a number of new options for all its Creative Cloud items and their partner mobile applications. In addition, Adobe is developing up-dates for its stock content support and is releasing new profile websites for creative experts. This upgraded service is based on its current Behance feature found on many of the company’s products.
After purchasing Behance some years ago, Adobe obtained one of the most well known profile systems for creative specialists. Soon, it will provide to all Creative Cloud members (including subscribers who have low-priced Photography account) a new and simpler to use profile service relying on Behance’s options.
Adobe Portfolio will be released at the end of this year and is intended to help artists displaying their creations online. Its new websites will have a responsive design and customers will be allowed to select a variety of different layouts. These sites will use Typekit print styles and clients will synchronize their creative portfolio with a Behance task web page, too.
As we already know, there are so many little new functions and up-dates within the Creative Cloud app, that it is difficult to list each one of these options. One thing is already very clear: Adobe is focus mainly on just a few areas of interest.
With its CreativeSync feature, for instance, content creation is even easier than before and users can synchronize all types of resources between their different applications. CreativeSync is not a new option, but it was mainly used for synchronizing different PC applications and transferring data from mobile to desktop and the other way around. With the upcoming improvement, the organization is also permitting creators to synchronize their mobile applications.
The primary function operated via the content support is the Creative Cloud Library. Usually, Adobe allows users to keep all their tools, no matter if they are print styles, designs, pictures or drawings, in a single place. These collections are also incorporated in Adobe Stock.
For today’s creators, it is vital to be permanently linked to their tools, teams and tasks. With the Creative Cloud upgrade, the company’s trademark CreativeSync technologies create a highly effective relationship between PC and mobile phone applications, as well as important creative resources.
The company jumped immediately on the mobile trend and, during recent years, the organization released a variety of smart phone applications for both the Android and iOS operating systems. Some of them, like Adobe Shape, Color and Brush had identical purposes, though. With the current upgrade, Adobe is mixing all these content-focused applications into a big Capture CC system. By using these programs, clients will transform any picture into one vector, brush or color scheme.
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