Adobe yesterday released another new set of features for individuals in the Creative Cloud. Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator and Muse all got some great updates. Thought this would be something you may want to keep some tabs on.
Check out Stephen Nielson as he tells us about the three changes for the Photoshop 14.2 Update
Linked Smart Objects:
3D Printing Capabilities:
InDesign CC includes new support for EPUB 3.0 specification including new ways to add interactivity to eBooks, the ability to add pop-up footnotes that streamline the EPUB reading experience, and support for Japanese Vertical Composition and Hebrew and Arabic text. InDesign also offers simplified hyperlink creation and management.
TypeKit Now Available
Now that you can sync fonts from Adobe Typekit to your computer for use in any desktop application, we’ve made updates to Illustrator CC and InDesign CC to make for an even more intuitive integration; for example, InDesign CC will now automatically search the Typekit desktop font library for missing fonts and offer the option to use those fonts, or similar fonts, if it finds a match. Using fonts in your PDFs and print files just got a lot easier.
The latest version of Illustrator CC simplifies creating perfect, editable, rounded corners with the new Live Corners controls; offers more intuitive drawing with the rebuilt Pencil Tool; the ability to quickly modify existing objects and change the view of perspective drawings with Path Segment Reshape and export responsive SVG code and graphics.
For more information on all of these updates, make sure you check out the Creative Layer Blog