Over the past two years, Adobe's Creative Cloud has matured into one of the best values in design software. What started out as a way to get Creative Suite for $49.99 a month has evolved into a subscription program that gets users so much more. Now Adobe is adding even more value to Creative Cloud with the addition of several new features to its core programs.
Most users are no doubt interested in the changes coming to Photoshop. Well, you're not going to be disappointed as Adobe has added support for 3D printers to the software. Now users can "build, refine, preview, prepare and print 3D designs using familiar Photoshop tools." Photoshop also has a new feature called Perspective Warp that allows users to manipulate the perspective of a single object while keeping the rest of the image intact.
As for Illustrator, Adobe has added a new feature called Live Corners that makes it easier to create "perfect, editable, rounded corners." The Pencil tool has been rebuilt for more intuitive drawing and Path Segment Reshape lets designers "quickly modify existing drawings and change the view of perspective drawings."
InDesign has been updated to include support for EPUB 3.0 specifications, which includes the ability to add interactivity to eBooks. It also now supports Japanese vertical composition as well as Hebrew and Arabic text.
Finally, Adobe Muse has been updated with "scroll effect enhancements that makes it easy to create subtle or dramatic scrolling web pages." It also has a new library panel that stores frequently used design elements and new social widgets that make it easier than ever to connect to Facebook, Twitter and more.
If you want to know more about Adobe's Creative Cloud, you can learn more here.
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