The Adobe Creative Suite has grown from a small suite of software that used to make it easier to add, organize, and share designs, to the platform’s dominant publishing software.
Now, it’s getting a facelift to help it continue to attract new developers and businesses.
The change will bring some of the software’s core features, like the ability to create and publish vector-style art on a large scale, to more modern and responsive versions, including the ability for developers to create 3D models.
“I’m excited to bring more creative power to designers who are already making a difference in their own lives,” says Adobe CEO Meg Whitman.
Adobe has announced a number of new services and enhancements for the platform over the past year.
Its flagship product, Creative Cloud, is now available on more devices, and its Creative Cloud Photo Library service has become a staple of many developers’ portfolios.
While the company has made a number improvements to the software in recent months, some of its core products are not getting any major updates.
Those changes will begin to trickle down to the Creative Suite, where designers will be able to start creating their own designs without having to deal with the new Creative Cloud product.
The new version of the Creative Cloud app will be made available to users on April 17.
The changes to the app will include a new “Create and Publish” feature, which will let designers share their work to the web, with an option to export it.
This is the same as what is currently offered on the desktop version of Creative Cloud.
The Creators Studio toolset, which has been the platforms default for many years, is also getting a refresh.
Now it’s made available on devices as well, with more editing tools and a new set of visual effects.
“We’re seeing the value of bringing our design tools to the next level, and we’re also seeing that we can get more people to participate and create, even when they don’t have the resources to do so,” says Whitman.
The Creative Cloud platform is available for free on a variety of platforms, including iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
The company has also rolled out the Adobe After Effects plugin to support a new, free version of After Effects for iOS, which is also the new default for the Creative Software.
The Adobe After Effect plugin is a cross-platform plugin that lets you share your designs to the cloud.
With the plugin, you can embed your design directly into Adobe AfterEffects, which allows for more customization than just having it as a static file.
Adobe says that After Effects can be shared across multiple devices and that users can easily create and share their own custom designs.
Adobe also recently announced a new service called Creative Cloud Pro, which lets you build and publish 3D designs and designs that can be exported to a number different platforms, such as Microsoft Surface and Apple’s iPad Pro.
Adobe’s new “Design Studio” app is the platform for the company’s new Creative Suite suite, which was first announced in 2012.
The software has a wide range of editing tools for developers, with the option to create models in 3D.
The latest version of Adobe’s suite is available on iOS, but there’s no version available on Android.
The redesigned “Design Suite” app for Windows Phone 8, Windows Phone 7, Windows 8, and Android is available to download now.
In the “Design” section, you’ll find a list of new features, including a new canvas design tool that lets users share their designs to various websites and applications.
“With this new redesign, we’re going to be making it easier for designers to share their creations to a variety a number services including Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest,” says Apple senior vice president of product marketing Dan Zuker.
This new version will be available to anyone who has the Creative Studio application installed on their device.
For now, though, designers can still import and export designs into After Effects, so there’s still a lot of work to do to make the platform more attractive to developers.
Adobe plans to launch a new version next month for iOS and Android, with a full redesign to the design tools in the pipeline.
This version will come with the same features that the previous one did, including more editing and more support for more design types, as well as support for 3D printers.
“Design is at the heart of our products,” says Zukin.
“The more people that use our software, the more powerful the toolset becomes, the easier it becomes for us to reach a wider audience, and the more it becomes the platform of choice for many companies.”