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Getting started with Lightroom Mobile

April 8, 2014 | By

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. [...]

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What will the next generation of CC Video apps bring?

April 7, 2014 | By

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 [...]

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Illustrator CC – Working with the Live Corners feature

January 16, 2014 | By

Another great feature in Illustrator CC that comes with the update we released today is called Live Corners. This feature is all about controlling the shape of corners. It makes easier to change all corners, or just one, by altering the direction and amount of the curve.

The first thing you should know is how to [...]

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Illustrator CC – Working with new Pencil Tool and Path Segment Reshape

January 16, 2014 | By

Illustrator CC remains one of the best tools for creating vector based graphics and with the SVG support across all modern browsers it becomes one of the de facto tools for creating complex SVG files for the web.
Regardless of what your illustration target is (the web or paper) chances are you are going to draw [...]

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Great Creative Cloud Updates for Designers

January 16, 2014 | By

We just released a major update to Creative Cloud. If you are a designer you’ll love this :)
Photoshop CC
The Perspective Warp feature makes it possible to apply perspective changes locally while keeping the rest of the image intact (read more here).

When you update a Linked Smart Object the update is pushed to all the documents [...]

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Vienna and Creativity

January 15, 2014 | By

Last week I spent two full days in Vienna with no business obligations – just me, my wife, and the city. It wasn’t my first time over there and yet I had so much more fun than I thought I would have. With the images and experiences still fresh I thought I should share them [...]

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New Edge Reflow preview available

January 15, 2014 | By

The Reflow team has been busy adding new features to the tool lately. Today they packed all these additions into a new preview available for download from the Adobe Creative Cloud. I also want to highlight the feedback we got from some of you -people who want to make Reflow as good as it gets. [...]

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Brackets Sprint 35 is available

December 19, 2013 | By

Brackets, our favorite open source text editor for the web, was updated recently. If you want to get the latest features just make sure you open Brackets. If you have the Sprint 34 version you will be invited to download Sprint 35.
Here is the news:

Startup time was greatly improved, up to 50%. I know some of you complained [...]

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A concise interview about the history of SVG

December 19, 2013 | By

Somehow I missed this interview when it was published awhile ago. This is strange as I do work for Adobe and try not to miss Vincent Hardy’s posts :D. So what am I talking about? Vincent interviewed Jon Ferraiolo about the history of SVG.
Today many people have lots to say about SVG. What makes Jon special [...]

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How Creative Cloud makes your life easier

December 3, 2013 | By

As a Creative Cloud Evangelist I’ve been talking a lot about Creative Cloud benefits over the past 18 months. And one recurring question I get is “Why would I switch to Creative Cloud?”. Now there are lots of reasons for switching. However, I will illustrate only two reasons in this post. Both come from my [...]

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Brackets Sprint 33 is out

November 5, 2013 | By

On November 1st the Brackets team released a new update that brings a number of cool features.
Short detour: It is hard to imagine that the project was only launched just last year. At least for me :). I’ve been using Brackets/Edge Code as my primary HTML/CSS/JS code editor for a while and I’d be hard [...]

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BlendMeIn – easiest way to add icons to your Photoshop comps

October 11, 2013 | By

Are you a Photoshop user? Do you find yourself using icons in your designs from time to time? If the answer is yes then continue reading this post :) Not sure? Suffice to say that Smashing Magazine wrote about this extension last week.
BlendMeIn is a Photoshop extension that allows you quickly search for an icon [...]

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Join us for the Create Now Tour in North America

September 25, 2013 | By

As many of you might not be aware of, we launched a new series of live and free events for those of you living in North America. It is all about learning what Creative Cloud can do for you, learning new skills, and get inspired.
My fellow evangelist, Paul Trani, recorded a video for you and [...]

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Edge Reflow, Edge Code, CSS Regions, and iOS 7 Mobile Safari

September 24, 2013 | By

What do Edge Reflow CC, Edge Code CC, CSS Regions, and Mobile Safari have in common? As of today the CSS Regions feature is supported by Edge Reflow and Edge Code joining Mobile Safari which added support for CSS Regions with its latest update from last week (iOS 7 release).
Note: If you don’t know what [...]

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New Brackets Update

September 24, 2013 | By

The latest Brackets update is awesome! Just A.W.E.S.O.M.E! Why, you might ask? Well, in short the open source code editor for web, also known as Brackets, just got a new feature called Live HTML Development.

Basically, it allows you to see the HTML page you’re working on updated as you type in valid HTML code in Brackets. [...]

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CSS Regions in iOS 7 Safari

September 19, 2013 | By

I am very excited about the latest iOS version (the 7th). Not only does it make me feel almost the same as the first time I ever used an iPhone (I’m only halfway kidding here :D) but it also manages to improve many things that were already quite good.
The browser is one of them. I [...]

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Introducing Theseus – an open source JavaScript debugger

August 28, 2013 | By

This is really hot news! We’ve just announced Theseus, an open source JavaScript debugger that might change the way you debug web apps. This is a project developed in partnership by MIT and Adobe.
The main difference is that Theseus allows you to better understand how the code was executed in terms of number of calls for [...]

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New update for Dreamweaver CC

August 28, 2013 | By

I am happy to spread the news about the first update of Dreamweaver CC. There are lots of new and cool things for you (as a side note, the update is coming very shortly after the release of Dreamweaver CC; these much, much faster update cycles are part of the Creative Cloud value proposition). So [...]

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Brackets is nominated for Linux Journal Readers’ Choice Award

August 28, 2013 | By

This is great news for the Brackets team and its amazing external contributor community: Brackets (the Adobe driven open source code editor for the web) has been nominated for two awards: Best New Open-Source Project (category 15) and Best IDE (category 56).

If you like Brackets and the direction is heading to, then please go to [...]

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Create Now North America Tour

August 28, 2013 | By

We’ve just announced the next big tour we are going to do in the last part of this year. It is now North America time. If you want to find more about Creative Cloud, what is new in the tools and services, get inspired and spend half a day with your peers, other experts and [...]

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Check out the latest Kuler features

August 9, 2013 | By

Kuler just got better this week. If you don’t know about Kuler then let me tell you that it is a very useful utility app for designers (web or graphic). Basically, it allows you to find the perfect theme color for your project. Each theme has only five colors.

It comes as a web app and [...]

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