If you are interested in the creative industry, you already know that Adobe is the best ally you can ever have. That’s because Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences helping customers to create.
Its fame is given by their photo-editing app, Photoshop, a word also used as a verb just like Google and Xerox. All Adobe‘s softwares are the results of 35 years of research and programing, transformed into products of great quality that gives people and businesses tools to create their activity and make profit for themselves.
At the beginning, you had to buy photoshop or any other one of their programs by itself for a singular price, but now you must get a monthly subscription to get many of Adobe‘s products and Cloud capabilities.
A fact about Adobe, is that their pioneered the paper-to-digital transformation with the invention of PDF. Now, they have created Adobe Document Cloud so people can scan, edit, share, and sign documents anytime, anywhere.
This new release called Adobe Creative Cloud gives all the best creative apps and services, so their users can stay more connected and creative wherever they are inspired.
But, what is the Creative Cloud exactly?
The Creative Cloud is a collection of 20+ desktop and mobile apps and services for photography, design, video, web, UX, and more. Now you can take your ideas to new places with Photoshop on the iPad, draw and paint with Adobe Fresco, and design for 3D and AR.
So… Does that mean that everything is in the cloud now? Big yes.
Consistency is the glue that holds communications together. Yet it’s hard to be consistent when the user work with multiple departments and hundreds of elements at a time. With Creative Cloud Libraries, you can manage, organize, and keep creative elements at your fingertips — including colors, character styles, logos, images, videos, and so much more.
What about creative collaboration? For many creative teams, remote work is the new reality. That’s why Adobe added collaborative tools to the Creative Cloud apps you use every day. Now it’s easier for you to connect with anyone, create great work from anywhere, and maintain complete control every step of the way.
In other words, with Creative Cloud Libraries, you can now manage, organize, share, and sync creative elements with your team. Then, anyone you designate will have fast, easy access to approved versions and collections. If you want to know more about it, click here.
Even more exciting? You can also manage feedback fast and easy by sharing a link to your Photoshop, Fresco, or Illustrator Cloud documents. With this new option, anyone can view and comment via the web, and the best news is there’s no need for a paid Creative Cloud membership.
But as if this is not enough, now you can have all your work in all your devices, even your phone! And here’s how:
As you move between computers and devices, your shared library items are automatically synced to your Creative Cloud account, ready to use anywhere, even if you’re offline. Yes, you can access Adobe Stock directly from Adobe desktop applications just as easy as opening Instagram. How? By easily adding assets to your libraries from Adobe’s family of mobile apps and services. Then, these assets are automatically converted to the right formats for use on your desktop or mobile apps. To know more about this tool click here.
Once you’ve done all your work, Adobe Creative Cloud also gives you a community site where you can share it through Adobe Portfolio.
Whether you want to showcase your work in a full portfolio website, or create a single-page website; Creatives around the world use Portfolio to showcase their work.
Get easy-to-customize themes, resize your content and images to fit any device or screen width, connect with Behance to import your projects, use your own domain, access thousands of fonts with Adobe Fonts, import your photos from Lightroom, effortlessly display your images, and keep your entire website or selected pages private with Portfolio’s password protection setting.
Is this not the most beautiful way to present your work online?
Get your monthly or annual plan of Creative Cloud here and start making your imagination a reality.