Great. Glad I specced-out a brand new editing workstation.
A year ago, Adobe started selling Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and its other creative software in a new way: as a service called Creative Cloud. They’re still big, powerful applications that you download and install on a Windows PC or a Mac. But paying one monthly fee — $50 for the standard version, or $30 for people who already own Creative Suite CS3 or higher — gets you access to all of the company’s creative apps, plus cloud-based services that tie them together and let you store your projects in one online repository.
Today, at its MAX conference in Los Angeles, Adobe announced a big upgrade to Creative Cloud. Among other changes, it involves even more cloud-related features, like the ability to sync a program’s settings across all the computers you use it on, and the option to download 175 type families offered by the company’s excellent Typekit web fonts…
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