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10Feb
2017
A Visual Designer On Project Felix

Project Felix is a new tool that makes it easy to composite 2D and 3D assets to build product shots, scene visualizations, and abstract art. Visual designer, Michael Dolan, has been playing with Project Felix and shared his thoughts in this post.

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1Feb
2017
Adobe XD Updated

The Adobe XD team has announced the January XD update, this time adding guest commenting, UI kits, SVG import, and more.

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24Jan
2017
Creative Cloud Apps On Chromebooks

Running Chromebooks in your classroom? We just announced that our Android Creative Cloud apps are being ported to run on Chromebooks. Here are some details.

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2Nov
2016
Removing Adobe Spark Branding

Today we introduced a new, and much requested, Adobe Spark feature. Creative Cloud subscribers (and for a limited time, everyone) can now remove the Spark branding from stories. Here's how.

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21Oct
2016
On Reimagining Dreamweaver

The Dreamweaver team has posted insights into what it takes to reimagine Dreamweaver with developers in mind.

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21Sep
2016
Update On Adobe XD For Windows

Waiting for Adobe Experience Design (XD) for Windows? Yeah, me too. Andrew Shorten has just posted an update on the subject.

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9Aug
2016
Auto Mock-Ups Comp CC

Tony Harmer has posted a video and article explaining Auto Mock-Ups which were just added to Comp CC.

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1Aug
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.

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21Jul
2016
Adobe Stock Celebrates 2,000,000 Videos

Title says it all, the Adobe Stock team just announced a major milestone, their 2,000,000th video.

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27Jun
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.

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