Adobe Creative Cloud is every tool and services you would use in your business, from design to audio/video editing, to create, collaborate and stay in sync. Adobe Creative Cloud is not just about the over 34 application offerings on the cloud, but it’s also about the Adobe services included.
Core features include:
- Desktop, Web and Mobile Access. Creative Cloud allows users t o stay connected with workgroups and the creative community via their desktop, website, or mobile device. With Creative Cloud, your entire creative world gets its own centralized hub where ideas, files, fonts, settings, notifications, and team members are connected and organized. Join group folders to work collaboratively; track updates and comments to share files; stay connected to work on Behance; get notified when app updates are available and download the latest updates; and access favourite colors, fonts, settings, wherever you are.
- Integration with The World’s Leading Creative Community. With Behance now integrated with Creative Cloud, members will be able to publish their own portfolios, follow other creatives, publish work-in-progress from within a growing number of CC apps and solicit feedback from the worldwide creative community. Over 1.4 million creatives globally are part of the Behance network.
- Synchronize, Store, Share and Collaborate. All files and assets will be automatically synchronized between the desktop, cloud and mobile devices. A designer can take a photo on their iPad, use Photoshop Touch to refine the photo while on the go, then access that file, via the cloud, and use Photoshop CC on their Mac or Windows PC to further enhance the image. Designers can designate shared folders and invite others to collaborate on files. Edits are stored with version history so users can share their files with confidence. Individual members receive 20 GB or storage.
- Seamless Publishing. Creative Cloud members have access to the services necessary to publish highly personalized portfolio web sites using Behance ProSite, high-impact digital magazines for iPad using Digital Publishing Suites (DPS) Single Edition, and PhoneGap Build to create and publish mobile apps for any device. Adobe Typekit features an unmatched library of old-classic to new-favourite fonts for use on websites – and with this update, creatives can use many of the same fonts directly in their desktop applications.