Adobe has announced that a major update to Adobe Creative Cloud, the company’s flagship offering for creatives, is now available in New Zealand.
Following the launch of Creative Cloud in New Zealand last month, this Creative Cloud release is packed with new features. Creative files can be stored and shared, via Creative Cloud, on Mac OS, Windows, iOS and Android. Behance, an online creative community, is now integrated with Creative Cloud, so customers can showcase work, get feedback on projects and gain global exposure. Current Creative Cloud members receive all this innovation as part of their existing membership, at no extra cost.
“We’ve added a ton of innovation to all our CC desktop apps, like Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. These apps include new features that increase productivity, streamline the effort to build mobile content and showcase some stunning new imaging and video science. And in addition to the traditional areas of innovation these apps are now connected to the powerful publishing and community features integral to the Creative Cloud experience,” said David Wadhwani, senior vice-president and general manager, Digital Media, Adobe.
“With even more great updates coming to Creative Cloud throughout the year, we can’t wait to see the incredible work our customers are going to deliver.”
Paul Robson, managing director, Australia and New Zealand, said that Adobe Creative Cloud had received an enthusiastic response from New Zealand creatives. “Since we launched Creative Cloud in New Zealand in April last year it has been enormously popular with our customers,” he said.
“With Creative Cloud, publishing finished work has never been easier, thanks to enhanced services that build and power websites, access to high-impact publishing solutions, and the ability to publish personalised portfolios on Behance.