April 20, 2016
For starters, Creative Cloud is produced by the Adobe corporation, who have given us some very useful and highly popular applications. Creative Cloud is not exception. It’s an excellent application that’s gained the praise of many web designers and graphic artists. It gives users access to a variety of features for creating and enhancing info graphics, print-ready displays, and video editing. Creative Cloud can be used to develop functional web pages, and gives web developers some of the best tech tools and services available. Creative Cloud appeared in 2011 and by mid-2014 had attracted 2.3 million subscribers.
Here are five good reasons why web designers should give Adobe’s Creative Cloud a try:
Creative Cloud is very beneficial toward grid design. Many developers want a top-notch grid representation when planning a website. In Creative Cloud, it’s easy to align the design with a pixel grid while developing the graphics in Illustrator. Creative Cloud also makes available to users an assortment of web design profiles that can easily utilize a built-in grid that can set color spaces to RGB values, giving you detailed control of shapes and colors.
While mobile devices are small screen, the new generation of desktop screens are getting larger and better, with resolutions of 2560x1440px becoming a norm. The old idea of a 960-grid doesn’t seem to cut it anymore. Adobe programs like Illustrator which can be used from Creative Cloud go well beyond that.
One of the software features is the Type kit library, which gives access to an impressive collection of fonts and icons for incorporating a unique look to your web design. In addition to some surprising fonts, the many icons come in a variety of styles, from humorous and social to highly professional. Creative Cloud’s libraries also include a number of applications that enable designers to use a translation management system of their choice, helping to integrate content from varied sources.
The idea of raster vs vector images didn’t affect web design until the release of Creative Cloud. This was formerly an issue for the print world in resizing images. The tendency among web developers was to go with vector images rather than the problem of losing resolution when resizing pixel-based raster images. But this Adobe software allows developers to adopt and use both formats to align and adjust web page elements.
It enables designers to easily apply such features as icon fonts, scalable images, and many related features to empower designers with new functionality. Web content can easily include graphics that are scalable without losing image quality. This allows graphics to be formatted for any device, including smart phones as well as desktops, with no loss of visual appeal.
Works with Raster
Creative Cloud improves working with the vector aspect of the entire webpage. It enables users to place PSD files intuitively and easily. It can enable layers and composites from editing applications such as Photoshop. This allows users to manage and display multiple versions of the same image, a great convenience when working with raster files. Content can be optimized to any desired level over the Internet. New versions of Photoshop include the ability to generate assets, which is a feature that works smoothly with Creative Cloud, allowing developers to manipulate their visual content without issue.
Adobe has made life easier for its many fans by making software more accessible. Previously, customers had to buy individual programs for web design and graphic design, i.e. Dreamweaver and Photoshop. A Creative Cloud subscription costs far less than either while affording access to all of Adobe’s features.
The real power of a Creative Cloud subscription is that it’s a gateway to many other productive apps that bring web development to new levels.
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