2016 Auto Mock-Ups Comp CC
2016 Beta 2 Of New Dreamweaver
The Dreamweaver team is hard at work rebuilding the venerable web design and coding tool, giving it a modern facelift and equally modern coding features. Beta 2 of the new Dreamweaver is now available, and you can learn more in this blog post.
2016 Adobe Stock Celebrates 2,000,000 Videos
2016 Introducing Match Font
Another MAX Sneak becomes a reality. Match Font, which we showed off at a MAX 2015 Sneak, is now part of Photoshop. This blog post explains.
2016 Major Creative Cloud Update
This is huuuuge! (Ooops, sorry, it's the season ...) But, seriously, huge it is. The Creative Cloud team has announced major product updates for Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Stock, and more. Just run the Creative Cloud app to get the updates.
2016 Adobe Spark On Facebook Live
Yesterday Thibault Imbert, Adobe Spark Post's Product Manager, hosted a Facebook Live session and walked viewers through a demo, gave a sneak peek at upcoming product features, and answered questions from the audience. If you missed the session, the video is online.
2016 Julieanne Kost On Creating Patterns With Adobe Capture
Adobe Capture CC (available for Android and iOS) lets you turn any image into a color theme, pattern, unique brush, or vector graphic that you can use in your creative projects on desktop and mobile devices. Julieanne Kost explains, and provides really nice examples, in her blog post Creating Patterns in Adobe Capture.
2016 Say Hello To Adobe Spark
We just announced the release of Adobe Spark, our free (yes, I said FREE) one-stop content shop for creating and sharing visual stories that will wow your audience on any device. And by "stories" we mean web pages, images, and even videos. We want to help everyone - from the smallest of businesses, to bloggers and social media marketers, to a new generation of students (well, especially students) - communicate their ideas with impact, regardless of design experience or budget.
2016 Try Adobe Post In Your Web Browser
Title says it all. Adobe Post started life mere months ago as an iOS app. But what about non iOS users? Well, we've been working on a web version of Post, the same Post goodness but right inside of your favorite browser on Windows, Mac, and even Chromebooks. You can try the beta now.
2016 Adobe Comp CC And User Driven Design
Adobe Comp CC didn't always look or function like it does now. It was made for multi-touch devices from the start, but part of our goal was to create an app that would work fluidly with familiar software like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. That presented a special challenge; the team needed to create something compatible with, but still fundamentally different from, the desktop computer experience. For a look at what it takes to rethink user interaction, check out The Touch, the Feel of Tablets.