The high pixel density screen proliferation introduced a new “requirement” for most web sites: providing two different resolutions for the images. If you decide on going just for the standard resolution, then those pictures will look fuzzy on devices such as iPhone 5 or 5s, iPad Air, or MacBook Pro with retina display.
Adobe Muse CC has now support for handling high-resolution screens. As because we are talking about Muse, it doesn’t involve any coding. You just have to enable an option and use 2X images.
This video is about four new features that are handy when you edit images: Path and Spin Blur, Focus based selection, and color adaptation when using Content-Aware technology to remove parts from your images.
Typekit integration in Creative Cloud 2014 release enables an elegant and efficient solution to missing fonts problem when opening documents. There are other improvements made to the font related workflows that help designers to be more efficient when dealing with fonts.
The 2014 release of Photoshop CC brings improvements to web design related workflows. Adobe Generator makes extracting assets for web projects easier than ever and Layer Comps enables designers to prototype interactive designs faster than ever.
The 2014 release of Illustrator CC brings improvements that make drawing easier than ever. This tutorial is about the most important ones – Pen Tool and Pencil Tool improvements, Anchor Point improvements, Path Reshape Tool, and Live Corners.
This is a short video showing three new features that can save you time when designing in Photoshop CC: Linked Smart Objects, Smarter Smart Guides, and Editable Rounded Rectangles.
One of the benefits of being an Creative Cloud for enterprise customer is the access to world-class support services. In this blogpost you’ll learn about the different options you have when your organization needs support with Creative Cloud for enterprise.
What is Adobe Enterprise Support Program?
There are two types of support problems you can get help with:
- IT related issues claiming a domain name, configuring and deploying the software, managing users and entitlements, and so forth;
- Adobe Creative Cloud workflows issues getting advice on how best to take advantage of Creative Cloud Tools and Services.
Regardless of what type of problem you have, the help is only a phone call or few clicks away. Here is a list of options you have.
I always love observing people using a piece of software for the first time. Arguably, it teaches you more than any book you could read on “how to create the best product“. My last “experiment” involved my kid (5 year old), our iPad, and Adobe Sketch.
It was his first encounter with Sketch and I was really curious about the outcome. He used other drawing apps in the past but he didn’t really enjoy them – he would still prefer the good-old paper & pen.
We just released Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad (the iPhone version is coming). This is a nice addition to the Lightroom desktop app because it enables a number of workflows that were kind of hard to nail down before.
Setting up Lightroom mobile
Before we dig into the features let’s see how you set up the app. First, you should know that the Lightroom mobile app works in conjunction with Creative Cloud and Lightroom 5 (the desktop app).
Yes, the Lightroom mobile app is free but if you don’t have a Creative Cloud account and Lightroom 5 it won’t be useful.
Last week at NAB 2014 we revealed what you can expect from the next generation of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Prelude CC, Audition CC, SpeedGrade CC, Story CC Plus, Adobe Media Encoder CC and Adobe Anywhere.
Even for me many of the new features are quite exciting. While I am not a video pro I do use Premiere/After Effects/Audition/SpeedGrade to enhance the video tutorials I create/produce. And I am certain that many of the new features will make me more productive. For sure.
If you want to read and see the demos jump here (for videos) and here (for the complete list of new features).
Instead of simply listing some of the new features here, I’ll just say this: the next version is all about making you more productive when working with video and sound. And with video and sound you always work with a number of different apps (some for editing, some for video effects or color grading, other for sound editing and so forth). Thus in order to be productive it is not enough to have great software for each step in the editing process, it is mandatory to have these individuals pieces “talking” to each other to smooth out the whole process.
And this is the essence of the most important updates: there will be better and tighter integration between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and friends.
I still remember the first time I edited a video tutorial in Premiere Pro CC. It was about 5 years ago. My current workflow couldn’t be more different. Both in terms of the end result and how easy I can achieve the vision I have in my head :).