Creative Cloud’s best apps
There are countless design apps out there, yet most of them are not a good for the robust and powerful apps that Adobe offers. Most of the designers use at least one of the tools that Adobe has available.
Using Adobe’s tools gives a designer of full control on the design, whether they are designing with vectors, single or multiple page design for the web and other applications as well.
In 2015, the brand-new Creative Cloud was released by Adobe. Feel free to explore these new packages and all their brand-new features.
These three core entries are just what the doctor ordered and here is a little bit you need to know on the first of them.
Photoshop CC 2015
Released on June 15, 2015, Photoshop CC 2015 is remarkable. Now, with Creative Cloud, some new features were added including Adobe’s massive library of custom images, the ability to have up to 10 layer styles, and much more. Photoshop CC 2015 has been the most popular photo editor since its beginning, and it continues to do so with this new release.
Indesign CC 2015
InDesign CC 2015 didn’t make any dramatic changes compared to the older version, even so, they added a new and surprising feature that will help select graphics designers. They called it “Paragraph shading,” this feature will allow the user to add solid color or gradient to items with a perfect fit to its size, and the user can easily find it in the control panel.
Illustrator CC 2015
Illustrator CC 2015 came out at the same time along with the other CC apps, and as far as we know, it made the biggest leap forward. Adobe added the Mercury engine to it, and now mundane actions occur much faster than ever before. After all this time, finally illustrator got crash recovery, so you can work with your next vector image and not have to be afraid of a sudden crash.