Posts Tagged ‘Dreamweaver’

New Single App Plan for Adobe “Creative Cloud for teams”

Sunday, August 18th, 2013

The new single app plan of Adobe Creative Cloud for teams is available for a suggested retail price (SRP) of US$29.99 per user per month. (Promotional pricing for existing customers with CS3 or later: US$19.99 per user per month).

Customers can now subscribe to a single specific app instead of all the apps in the Adobe CC suite of software.

Customers can now subscribe to a single specific app instead of all the apps in the Adobe CC suite of software.

The new offer makes it easier and more flexible to purchase and deploy Adobe’s Creative Cloud.

Adobe has launched a new subscription plan for Adobe Creative Cloud that allows subscription to a single desktop application like Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC or any other application from the entire collection of CC desktop applications.

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Major Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) updates now available

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

The next generation of “CC” desktop applications include Adobe Photoshop CC, and delivers new community and publishing capabilities. Current Creative Cloud members get the update free.

The major update is free for existing Creative Cloud subscribers.

The major update is free for existing Creative Cloud subscribers.

Adobe Creative Cloud for Individuals was launched in Singapore last month and for teams in Jaunary.

“… 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.

This latest Creative Cloud release includes new features in the set of “CC” desktop applications and sophisticated cross-device collaboration and publishing capabilities.

Creative files can be stored and shared, via Creative Cloud, on Mac OS, Windows, iOS and Android.

Behance, a leading online creative community, is now integrated with Creative Cloud, so customers can showcase work, get feedback on projects and gain global exposure.

15 Adobe CC desktop applications

The new CC desktop applications include Adobe Photoshop CC, InDesign CC,  Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC, Premiere Pro CC.

Adobe Creative Cloud includes more than 30 tools and services that enable professional-grade content creation and delivery across print, web, mobile apps, video and photography.

Hundreds of new features are included in these latest versions of Adobe’s industry-defining desktop tools, some of which are highlighted here in my earlier update.

Adobe Creative Cloud Powers Frictionless Creative Workflows

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Major Adobe Creative Cloud feature updates on 17 June

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Adobe will be releasing significant updates to software within Creative Cloud on 17 June in the US (18 June in Singapore). These include Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Premiere Pro.

Adobe has announced, during its MAX conference, significant feature updates to the software within Creative Cloud. These updates will be available on 17 June in the US (18 June in Singapore).

Adobe has announced, during its MAX conference, significant feature updates to the software within Creative Cloud. These updates will be available on 17 June in the US (18 June in Singapore).

The component software in Creative Cloud has also been rebranded with “CC” suffix to reflect that they are an integral part of Creative Cloud and have been reinvented to support a more intuitive, connected way of creating.

For instance, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro will now be rebranded a Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC respectively.

There will be no new versions of the Adobe Creative Suite.

In the meantime, Adobe has also integrated Behance into Creative Cloud so that users can upload their work directly from the component software of Creative Cloud onto Behance.

Behance is a social portfolio network that enables users to publish their own portfolios, follow other creatives, publish work-in-progress from within a growing number of CC apps and solicit feedback from the worldwide creative community.

Below are some of the new features that will debut as part of the mid-June Creative Cloud update (extracted from Adobe’s press release).

Photoshop CC will ship with new sharpening technologies and designer workflow enhancements.

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Adobe Creative Cloud comes of age as Creative Suite bows out

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Creative Suite – Adobe’s flagship software package comprising “perpetual” boxed versions of design and production software such as Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver and InDesign – has been discontinued.

Subscription-based Creative Cloud is now the new flagship at Adobe.

Adobe CC (Creative Cloud) is the new acronym, while Adobe CS (Creative Suite) reaches the end of the line. Click to check subscription price plans.

Adobe CC (Creative Cloud) is the new acronym, while Adobe CS (Creative Suite) reaches the end of the line. Click to check subscription price plans.

Adobe made the announcement during its annual Adobe Max Conference in Los Angeles today.

Adobe had packaged its stable of creative and design software – together with software it had gained through its acquisition of Macromedia – as Adobe Creative Suite (CS) back in 2003.

Adobe CS is termed “perpetual” since you pay once and own it forever.

You can use it for as long as you like – barring compatibility issues, security patches and termination of bug fixes over time.

Pay S$26 per month for a single app or S$66 per month for the entire suite.

Pay S$26 per month for a single app or S$66 per month for the entire suite.

A decade on, the component software will no longer be available as part of the Creative Suite packaging.

Why Adobe recommends CC for you.

Why Adobe recommends CC for you.

Customers will have to rent them by subscribing to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) instead.

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Adobe CS6 is available now

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Adobe Creative Suite 6.

Adobe CS6 is available now.

Adobe CS6 is available now.

Launched globally two weeks ago, Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) comprises some 14 software for photo and video editing, graphics design and and web development, Flash/HTML and app building tools, as well as desktop publishing.

Suite Price
Master Collection S$3,925
Production Premium S$2,868
Design & Web Premium S$2,868
Design & Web Standard S$1,963

These software include Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects, InDesign and Flash.

The component software have been packaged in into four suites, depending on the needs of the customer.

A subscription-based version of CS6 (Creative Cloud: US$600 per year) is also available in the US although it is not available in Singapore and some other parts of the world.

Launch of Adobe CS6

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

The latest iteration of Adobe’s flagship software suite has been launched. Available in May 2012, there will be 4 suites, comprising different combinations of 14 print, web and video software.

The suites are: Master Collection (S$3,924), Design & Web Premium (S$2,868), Design & Web Standard (S$1,962), and Production Premium (S$2,868).

Adobe has also launched the new subscription-based Creative Cloud (US$600 per year). This is not available in Singapore yet.

Adobe Creative Suite 6

Adobe Creative Suite 6

Singapore was the first venue in the world to launch Adobe Creative Suite 6.

Shantanu Narayen, Adobe CEO, and David Wadhwani, SVP, Digital Media Business, Adobe, will host a launch event and press conference on the release of Adobe Creative Cloud and CS 6 at 10:00 am Pacific Time, 23 April.

CS6 is part of Adobe’s 2-year renewal of its creative suite of software. One year on from each major release is a mid-cycle update, as with Adobe CS5.5.

The Mercury engine that was introduced in Premiere Pro in CS5 has been implemented in other products in CS6, notably Photoshop and Illustrator.

For Photoshop, the impressive Content-Aware Fill feature in Photoshop CS5 has been supplemented with two new enhancements – Content-Aware Patch and Content-Aware Move.

Dreamweaver and other component products in CS5 was based on perpetuating the Flash platform.

Having had the rug pulled from under its feet by the late Steve Jobs, Adobe has shifted the emphasis for Dreamweaver in CS5.5 and CS6 more towards facilitating HTML5, “an open Web standard that’s replacing Adobe’s older Flash tools for many Web designers” (quoted from Bloomberg).

There are also more tools for designing apps for smartphones and tablets.

A big step for Adobe this time round is its foray into a subscription-based model, although it is not available in Singapore yet.

Creative Cloud will charge US$50 a month for a one-year commitment (US$75 without one).

Subscribers can access the 14 programs, which can be installed on an Apple Mac or on a Windows PC.

Users can use the installed software even when they are not connected to the Internet.

A cloud-based service will also enable users to collaborate and share work with colleagues and clients through a Web browser.

The list of software as well as the composition of each suite can be found here.