2014 Introducing Creative Cloud Libraries
2014 Get The Creative SDK
I meant to post this last week, sorry. At MAX you heard a lot about the Creative SDK, a rich set of (initially) iOS components that facilitate connected creativity and a seamless workflow between your mobile applications and Adobe Tools and Creative Cloud services. If you want to learn more, this is where you'll want to go. We've also posted a list of featured apps, and have posted a video of Khoi Vinh's Project LayUp MAX Sneak .
2014 The Creative Magic Of MAX Sneaks
Last night's Adobe MAX Sneaks event was a blast. Begin able to co-host once again (this time with Joseph Gordon-Levitt) was an honor, and lots of fun. (And yes, I was indeed inside that giant triangular rotating column screen while it was rotating). If you didn't get your fill, the MAX team has posted a summary online, and they've also included some videos.
2014 Photoshop Learning And Tutorials
Today's Photoshop update is chock full of new features and technologies. It also features something that my team has been hard at work on, built-in Learning and Tutorials (similar to what we included in Illustrator and Muse previously).
2014 TechCrunch On Creative Talent Search
2014 Here's What's New In Creative Cloud
2014 Lots Of Creative Cloud News Today
2014 Photoshop For Chromebook Beta
In partnership with Google, we've just introduced Project Photoshop Streaming, a new technology beta (initially available exclusively to select North America based Adobe education customers with a paid Creative Cloud membership). Project Photoshop Streaming enables selected participants to access Photoshop on Chromebooks. Applications delivered via streaming are easy to access and easy to manage. Even better, streaming apps work directly with files in Google Drive, so no need to download and re-upload files - just edit directly in the cloud.
2014 Scott Belsky On Adobe And Aviary
2014 Adobe Ideas To Undergo A Transformation
How mysterious! The Creative Cloud Team has just posted a vaguely worded message to say that Adobe Ideas (our popular vector drawing app for iPad and iPhone that's been downloaded millions of times already) will soon become a full-featured drawing app, and will still be free. Full details to be announced at MAX. And while I can't spill the beans, I will tell you that I use Ideas, and I have confirmed that one specific enhancement that I was waiting on is indeed in this next version.