It’s been more than six months since Adobe announced that it was going to a subscription-only business model for its Creative Suite applications while rebranding them under the Creative Cloud name. Today, there’s still a very vocal group of people blasting Adobe for that decision. I’ve had a few debates (okay, more than a few) …
You spoke…Adobe listened. For a very limited time anyone can subscribe to the Photoshop and Lightroom Creative Cloud offer.
Scrollable frames in Digital Publishing Suite are easy and fun to use. In this article, you’ll get some quick tips to use them successfully.
Adobe has come through on a promise to look for Creative Cloud solutions for photographers. A combination Lightroom/Photoshop package will be available soon
It’s back to school time and Adobe is celebrating by offering students and teachers a great deal on Creative Cloud.
Using vector overlays in Digital Publishing Suite slideshows keeps text sharp, but it can takes too long to render. Bob Levine shows you the workaround.
Installing 32 bit applications when 64 bit versions are available is a waste of drive space. Windows users need a way to choose what they want and need.
Adobe’s new Creative Cloud applications have new system requirements. Are you, and your computer, ready?
Let me start out by saying that I intentionally waited a few days before writing this post. There’s an awful lot of people typing with emotion instead of thought and I didn’t want to get too caught up in that. I’ve done a lot of reading and admittedly a little head scratching because of it. …
Managing multiple InDesign files for Digital Publishing Suite projects can become tedious after a while. Adobe Bridge Smart Collections makes it a snap.