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Let your ideas play out.
The old boundaries are breaking down. Today, photographers are branching out into video. Designers are learning code. It's less about your major and more about finding new ways to tell your story. With Creative Cloud, you'll have the tools to experiment with any medium. Or every medium.
Set yourself up for career success.
With Photoshop and Illustrator on your resume, you can get recruiters’ attention. And by building personal websites, mobile sites, and iPad apps, you can get them talking about a job offer. You can even create a customized portfolio with Behance ProSite, included free with your paid membership.
Stay ahead of the curve.
Creative Cloud means you’ll never get left behind. New features are added all the time, and you can access them as soon as they’re released. So you can always keep your skills current and your work on the cutting edge.
Pro tools on a student budget
For less than a dollar a day, Adobe Creative Cloud Student and Teacher Edition gives you access to professional creative tools and online services1 —plus new features and updates as soon as they’re released.
|Photoshop® CC||Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC||Encore® CC||Lightroom®|
|Illustrator® CC||Adobe Muse™ CC||Fireworks®||Media Encoder CC|
|InDesign® CC||Acrobat® XI Pro||Flash® Builder® Premium||Prelude® CC|
|Dreamweaver® CC||Adobe Audition® CC||Flash Professional CC||SpeedGrade® CC|
|After Effects® CC||Bridge CC||InCopy® CC|
After Effects CC
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Adobe Muse CC
Edge Animate CC
Create interactive and animated web content.
Edge Web Fonts
Get started with free web fonts.
Edge Code CC (preview)
Edge Inspect CC
Preview and inspect web designs on mobile devices.
Package mobile apps in the cloud.
Edge Reflow CC (preview)
Design the responsive web.
Online services for file sharing, collaboration, and publishing apps and websites.
Creative Cloud Files
Desktop access to Creative Cloud.
Online tools for website management and hosting.
Showcase and discover creative work.
Story CC Plus
Collaborative screenwriting, reporting, and scheduling tools.
Find the perfect font for your designs.
Build and manage your personal portfolio site.
Create, capture, and browse color themes to inspire your designs.
Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition
Create content and publish apps.
Connect your work and your creative community.
With Behance® now integrated with Creative Cloud™, you can find inspiration, showcase your work, get feedback, and gain global exposure for your portfolio. What's more, with Creative Cloud, you can track it all in a single activity stream.
Discover, get inspired by, and follow top creatives. - Explore, sort, and organize the creative world in real time. See what art directors in São Paulo are up to. Discover new trends in typography. Check out Stefan Sagmeister's latest project. Behance makes it easy to find, follow, and collect work that inspires you. And Creative Cloud lets you put that inspiration to work.
Introducing the ultimate creative ecosystem. - The tools you use to create projects are now connected to the tools you use to share them:
Exposure and opportunity from millions of visitors. - People are always looking for the best talent. Millions of people — as well as industry journalists and top creative companies — visit Behance to find and follow talent every month. Behance also powers thousands of other sites, including RISD, SCAD, Pratt, AIGA, and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards. By integrating the world’s best tools with the world’s creative community, we’re connecting top talent with the best opportunities.
Out-of-date portfolios just became outdated. - Your Creative Cloud paid membership comes with the Pro features of Behance, including ProSite — a fully customizable professional portfolio with your own unique URL. And with Creative Cloud integration, keeping your portfolio up to date simply becomes part of your usual workflow.
Your ideas deserve a wider audience.
With Creative Cloud™, creating is just the beginning, because your membership includes everything you need to publish your work in immersive, engaging, and awesome new ways.
Multiple websites. Multiple ways. - Whether you’re building your first site or have coded hundreds, Creative Cloud has the tools you need to create sites that make the web a more beautiful place.
Apps. They're not just something other people make. - Designers know how to make pixel-perfect layouts. And now, designers can create pixel-perfect iPad apps, no coding required. Simply build your layouts and add interactivity with InDesign CC, and then use Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition to prepare and preview your app for the Apple App Store. With your Creative Cloud membership, you can publish as many apps as you want, and update them for free as often as you want.
(Creative Cloud membership doesn't include the annual fee for the Apple Developer Program. Mac OS required.)
Type that works. Period. - The days of being limited to Helvetica, Arial, and Mistral are behind us. With Creative Cloud and Adobe Typekit®, you'll have access to over a thousand font families — all organized, searchable, and easy to add to your projects in seconds. You focus on finding the right font, and Typekit takes care of compatibility and licensing details.
Creative Cloud is slow
The Creative Cloud has slowed down my production time since the programs frequently crash, lag and are generally much slower than previous versions that I had bought and installed on my computer. After every update I have to sign back into the account and there seems to still be a few bugs. I am overall not impressed. However, since so many files are created using the latest version I can't open them in my older versions and it would take too long to convert them. I am still considering cancelling my membership and finding something else or using older versions. If you ask me the Creative Cloud is not a complete success yet.
I signed up for the Adobe Cloud a few months ago... while I only use Photoshop and Illustrator, it is so easy to log on both from work and home computers! Thanks!
Adobe Creative Cloud has come a long way, where is stands today. Adobe has not just proven to be best in providing tools to work with, what makes it above the cloud is how it is helping creative people to join, share and project themselves.
I was always jealous of everyone who had all the Adobe products like Photoshop, AI, LR, and all the rest, I could not afford them. Now thanks to Creative Cloud I have it all at a price I can afford. Also it only takes me minutes to finish a project for a client instead of hours, and now it is a better quality as well! Thanks to CC I have enlarged my business and the future looks great.
Being able to download several Adobe programs for a yearly price equal to one or two upgrades is a good deal! I am using some programs that I would not consider using. Cost savings from using the adobe web site for storing my web pages is another consideration.
I'm very happy with my CC membership... the monthly payment is still a bit of a thorn, but I do feel like when you take into account what you get with the full membership, i honestly feel it's worth it. There's a lot that I haven't explored or experimented with yet. I was on the fence for a while, but I'm very impressed, and glad that I made the decision to become a CC member.
This is by far the best way to use a software product. Regular updates, upgrades, typekit. It's all there and ready to use when I need it.
Thinking of signing up for the @adobe Creative Cloud? Some of these horror stories might change your mind. http://forums.adobe.com/community/creative_cloud
Remember to change your passwords and check your bank account for the next several month to make sure the hackers that got all that sensitive data from Adobe don’t access your accounts.
I have purchased several versions of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for my PC in the past. Now that I switched to Mac, I can no longer use this software. CC - I refuse to purchase something you never actually get to own! Way too expensive for most people. I need Illustrator and Photoshop only. At nearly $40 a month to rent both = $480 a year, nearly $1000 in just two years. Who can afford this scheme except professionals who depend on adobe to do their jobs? I don't want updates. I just want basic Photoshop and Illustrator. Give consumers choices not coercion! Very disappointed.
I agree.. Adobe you guys are awesome. I absolutely was grateful for animation using flash. HTML animation is just not as interactive and cool as I'd like it to be. I hope you can find a way that we can make really cool websites as easy as possible as it was with flash with the new Adobe products.
I am a student and with working full time and children still at home this helped me so much financially. One day I just thought I would see how much it would cost to purchase at least Dreamweaver, but when I went to the site this offer was here for students... THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR UNDERSTANDING!! I love Dreamweaver it also shows tutorials and I am actually understanding the coding much more than just using notepad; YOU GUYS ARE SO AWESOME!!! I couldn't of done this class without you at all.
've not, until now, ever owned a copy of Adobe software despite having used it for over a decade. I applaud Adobe for "figuring it out" in this way. There are some great bells and whistles to this system -- none of which have I used yet. Simply being able to affordably price the software is such a major milestone. Thanks!
I am a long time user of Adobe's master suite. I've been it excited since version CS3 was re I was quite pleased with version 6 too. I've now been using version cc for three months and have to tell you I've done more work troubleshooting than actually creating and I find this to be a real problem.
I enjoy the instant updates, that's really cool. But what's the purpose of having all the updates if you always have to crash out of one of them at least once or twice a week. I tell you, I long for the good old days when you purchase the rights to operate the software.
Frankly, I hope that they go back to the old method because I don't enjoy having Adobe's probing my system constantly. It just creates too many problems. What's good enough for the geese isn't always good enough for the gander. And my friends; I'm wondering what is going on. Adobe, just let me do my work.
Not so great subscription, good software, though.
Don't love the need to subscribe and how difficult it is to cancel a CC subscription. But Adobe software is needed, and pretty good, so keep on using it if you need to.
I purchased a Creative Cloud subscription shortly before Adobe announced that CC would not work with Windows XP. Initially, I was able to only get Adobe InDesign and Photoshop to work on XP. Every time I tried to open or download any of the other Adobe 6 products through Creative Cloud, I would get a message telling me that the product wasn't compatible with XP, and that I needed to buy a new operating system.
Fortunately for me, all of the Creative Suite Master Collection programs had downloaded to my computer after I initially subscribed to Creative Cloud. I recently discovered that I can open all of the major CS6 programs both in Creative Cloud and from my computer, using XP. The only exception is Adobe Premiere Pro; neither version 5 or 6 of it will work in XP. However, prior to subscribing to Creative Cloud, I had purchased the Adobe Master Collection 5.5, which includes a license for Premiere Pro 4.
Adobe had told me when I subscribed to Creative Cloud that they couldn't guarantee that any of the programs would work in XP. However, all of them are working fine for me. Granted, the speed isn't as fast as it would be with a newer operating system. And there probably are some features that will only work with a newer operating system. But both of those things are minor issues for me at the moment. Yes, it would be nice to have the latest version of Premiere Pro, but version 4 will do to help me start learning what I can do with it.
I can't say that CS6 will work with XP in all situations. There are too many variables with computer configurations to be able to say that. I think a key reason that it works with XP on my computer is that I have several terrabytes of hard disk space available, and I'm only using a fraction of that space.
My only complaint is that I spent an hour and a half on Adobe chat trying to explain that I was entitled to a license for Premiere Pro 4, and after all of that time the person with whom I was chatting still wasn't understanding this and told me that I could only get a license if I signed up for volume licensing. This despite finding information elsewhere on Adobe's site that said I was entitled to a license and also giving me specific information on how to obtain a license if I couldn't locate my serial number.
Fortunately, I was eventually able to find the serial number myself, after searching the Adobe site again and finding, in a somewhat obscure place, information about how to find the serial number for Premiere Pro 4 with the software that I had purchased. Problem solved, and Premiere 4 is now also working fine on XP.
Generally, I have found Adobe's customer support to be anywhere from good to excellent, but in this instance it wasn't. Maybe the guy was new, or maybe he was just having a bad day.
I really dislike that most of my projects must be saved down to CS4 because CC can not be open by CS5 or 6. So while I'm paying for the latest greatest version, my clients, peers or production vendors can't open a CC file unless they subscribe too. That part is a fail!
To anyone considering using Adobe Creative Cloud, make the decision to use it... You will have any and all creative development software vertical applications at your fingertips for $49.95 a month. Your intended messaging, whether it's tied to print, social media, web designs, and/or video media related content, it's all there for your immediate use!... The other great component to my decision to subscribe to Adobe Creative Cloud, is that ALL products are COMPATIBLE to "industry-standards'... This is KEY to our central operation, our external messaging and our internal productivity. I recommend Adobe Creative Cloud to all creative persons, serious about their strategic approach to reaching their targeted markets. Sincerely, John McCracken - CEO Diamond Spirits
Excellent idea. However, since I use 3 desktop computers, and 2 notebooks, it would be nice to be allowed to use it on more then 2 computers. Maybe one at a time, on 5 computers.
I'm primarily using Adobe Cloud for file management, and thus far, it isn't working as smoothly as I would expect for a paid subscription service. I am still having problems seeing files transfer from the desktop to the laptop, and the Cloud icon has completely fallen off my desktop view. I'm not sure what the solution is, since both systems are running on the same OS system, but I hope it improves.
Adobe Student and Teacher Edition products are for students and educators only.Shout it. Whisper it. Film it. Put it on the web. Make it into an app. Only Creative Cloud™ gives you the entire collection of all creative tools with hundreds of exciting features — the same ones the pros use — on a student budget. The tools you need to beat the curve and express yourself any way you want. Create your future, find your people, build a personal portfolio and brand that gets noticed, make everything cooler with Creative Cloud.
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