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Adobe's role in the fascinating evolution of fonts

Adobe's role in the fascinating evolution of fonts It evolved into a tool that is today part of the Adobe Creative Cloud.As long as you keep paying your Adobe Creative Suite license, then you can keep using the fonts from the catalogue.

Adobe bets on Chromebooks for education with slew of mobile apps

Adobe bets on Chromebooks for education with slew of mobile apps Until now there has been a clear division between Adobe’s mouse-and-keyboard driven desktop applications and its touch-centric mobile versions.But, timed to coincide with Google’s push to blend Android with Chromebooks, Adobe has announced support for six of its most popular mobile applications on Play Store-compatible Chromebooks.

Machine learning, drones, 3D and digital art: Adobe on how technology is changing design

Machine learning, drones, 3D and digital art: Adobe on how technology is changing design “A new design trend is no different than a new invention – inventions either make something better, or reveal a need we didn’t know we had,” says Adobe evangelist and award-winning designer Paul Trani.In 2017, Adobe expects technology to have even more of an inpact of the the visual scene, with machine learning, drones, 3D and digital art to change the creative process.

Adobe's trend prediction brings gender roles and diversity to the forefront

Adobe's trend prediction brings gender roles and diversity to the forefront According to Adobe, images are communicating ideas, movements and moments like never before.The exploration of meaning will also extend to questioning boundaries and investigating perspectives,” Trani says.

Simplicity to dominate visual trends in 2017, says Adobe

Simplicity to dominate visual trends in 2017, says Adobe This year, the world is ready for simplicity and truth.That’s the word according to Adobe, who has put together its top visual trends for 2017.

Aussies more romantic than Kiwis, Adobe reckons, but we like the bedroom

Aussies more romantic than Kiwis, Adobe reckons, but we like the bedroom New data from Adobe Stock has revealed Australians search for images relating to love and romance far more than Kiwis, coming in fourth of a list of countries searching for Valentine’s related imagery.However, it seems us Kiwis like to search for images of couple in the bedroom.

Adobe: CX, mobile apps, social media and culture tops the priority list

Adobe: CX, mobile apps, social media and culture tops the priority list According to Scott Rigby, Adobe’s head of Digital Transformation, investing in the right technology is crucial but businesses are also recognising the importance of a customer-oriented, agile and collaborative company culture.“At Adobe we believe amazing customer experiences are a blend of art and science: art in the content and science in the data,” says Rigby.

From humble beginnings, Adobe Illustrator evolved into graphics powerhouse

From humble beginnings, Adobe Illustrator evolved into graphics powerhouse This month, Adobe Illustrator — now Illustrator CC and part of the Creative Cloud — will have officially been around for three decades.Publicly launched in 1987, Adobe Illustrator was received with mixed reactions — some called it magic, while others said it was the end of good design.

Adobe tries its hand at turning photos into paintings with AI-powered Artistic Eye

Adobe tries its hand at turning photos into paintings with AI-powered Artistic Eye Today, the imaging software giant shared a peek at Artistic Eye, an experimental AI-powered style-transfer technology.Rather than put the new tech into the hands of the typical Adobe mobile app user or even Photoshop users, Adobe introduced Artistic Eye during a kids’ party at the de Young Museum in California earlier this year.

Cloud coverage: Adobe debuts its system of cloud software for marketing

Cloud coverage: Adobe debuts its system of cloud software for marketing On Tuesday, the company announced Adobe Experience Cloud and Advertising Cloud as well as enhancements to the existing Adobe Cloud Platform during the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas.The system includes Adobe Marketing Cloud, Advertising Cloud, and Analytics Cloud, with all three systems working together as a sort of multi-software hierarchy to help businesses enhance customer experience overall.

FedEx is paying people to use Adobe Flash for Office Print service

FedEx is paying people to use Adobe Flash for Office Print service From social media websites like Facebook to video streaming services like YouTube, almost everyone has abandoned Adobe Flash in favor of the HTML 5 standard.Everyone except FedEx that is, as the courier delivery company is now offering customers of its Office Print customization service a $5 voucher to be applied to orders exceeding $30 if they install and enable Adobe Flash Player in their browsers.

Adobe’s experimental 3D editor gets more Photoshop-ish with Project Felix update

Adobe’s experimental 3D editor gets more Photoshop-ish with Project Felix update Today’s announcements also comes with an update to Adobe’s app and website design tool (also still in beta), Experience Design, or XD, for Windows.While a number of new features take from Photoshop’s long history, the 3D design platform has a list of other new additions as well.

Google's new font is a beautiful typeface for East Asian languages

Google's new font is a beautiful typeface for East Asian languages 5 billion people in East Asia.The two companies worked with local foundries in China, Japan and Korea to design all the 65,535 glyphs in each of the seven weights, to make a staggering total of 458,745 glyphs.

Don’t pay for what is for free: Malicious Adobe Flash Player app found on Google Play

Don’t pay for what is for free: Malicious Adobe Flash Player app found on Google Play Based on ESET’s notice, Google has removed another malicious app from its official Android app store.Instead, it relied purely on social engineering, tricking users into paying €18 ($19) for Adobe Flash Player.

Adobe InDesign gets a modern makeover, while Illustrator now has a crop tool

Adobe InDesign gets a modern makeover, while Illustrator now has a crop tool In Adobe’s latest update to InDesign CC, the desktop publishing software gets a redesigned interface with a modern look.Despite InDesign’s new look, current users familiar with the existing controls will be happy to see the control scheme hasn’t been vastly rearranged.

Adobe’s AI is getting close to turning bad selfies into good portraits

Adobe’s AI is getting close to turning bad selfies into good portraits Could artificial intelligence turn bad selfies into good portraits?The app appears to contain a trio of AI-powered developments on the forefront of today’s photo software research: 3D-facial mapping, automatic portrait masking and style transfers.

Adobe could start helping you take better selfies via machine learning

Adobe could start helping you take better selfies via machine learning Who needs a photo director when you’ve got yourself, your phone, and Adobe?While the iOS app doesn’t have a name yet (and is likely still a ways away from becoming publicly available), it does take advantage of a number of Adobe’s machine learning capabilities.

After 25 years, Adobe Premiere Pro’s story is only just beginning

After 25 years, Adobe Premiere Pro’s story is only just beginning This year marks the 25th anniversary of Adobe Premiere, the video editing software that is to videographers what Photoshop is to photographers.” Handling “all these” formats refers to Premiere Pro’s approach of being format-agnostic.

Not content with 75 million assets, Adobe Stock adds Pond5 as a video partner

Not content with 75 million assets, Adobe Stock adds Pond5 as a video partner On Wednesday, Adobe announced a partnership with Pond5 that expands the platform’s video options even further.The partnership gives Adobe Stock users a wider access of video to choose from, while Pond5 contributors can now reach an even larger audience.

Adobe's Creative Cloud update expands video tools to include VR and 4K support, Pond5 integration

Adobe's Creative Cloud update expands video tools to include VR and 4K support, Pond5 integration This release, now available to customers, delivers significant new features to allow video producers to create, deliver and monetise video assets faster.These include new capabilities for graphic titles, animation, polishing audio and sharing assets; support for the latest video formations, such as HDR, VR and 4K; new integrations with Adobe Stock; and advanced artificial intelligence capabilities powered by Adobe Sensei.