Adobe CC Creative Mobile & Tablet Apps Event

For the first time in Jordan and Middle East Region
The Universal Trainer MEDHAT EID (Adobe Community Professional – ACP)
With full support by adobe systems, and (Zain Innovation Campus – ZINC) and Mi7tar ADS Online and Circle Animation,
Brings out the Valuable Event:

Adobe CC Creative Mobile & Tablet Apps Event

Bring the power of desktop apps like Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC
To your phone or tablet with all-new connected mobile apps.
Capture colors and other inspiration, sketch and draw, and edit photos and videos.
Your Creative Profile lets you bring those assets into companion desktop and
Mobile apps, so you have everything you need to do your best work anywhere.

By The Universal Trainer
MEDHAT EID
Adobe Community Professional – ACP

Place: Zain Innovation Campus – ZINC, King Hussein Business Park, Amman
Saturday 24 January 2015 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Free Attendance

Adobe unveils 5 new mobile apps

A new Photoshop app for iPad, new sketching tools and more – and they’re all free!

Adobe have rolled out a number of brand-new applications for mobile use. They’ve all created for use on iOS 7, and are all available for free – although you’ll need a Creative Cloud subscription to make full use of most of them.

The thread tying together these apps is the new ability to use the cloud for raw processing muscle. In other words, some functions are actually uploaded to Adobe servers and you use their server processors to chug through your photo-manipulations. And that means you can do some pretty processor-heavy design work even though the iPad doesn’t pack a lot of processing power.

Adobe buys stock library Fotolia

The company that brought you Photoshop now brings you stock photography, all via the Creative Cloud.

Ever since it launched the Creative Cloud, Adobe has been striving to add value to the subscription service. Adobe wants the Creative Cloud to be more than just a delivery service for its flagship apps like Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC – it wants it to be a place where designers share and critique each other’s work, as well as a marketplace to buy and sell design assets and services.

Central to the former goal was Adobe’s purchase, two years ago, of designer portfolio network Behance. And today it’s taken another big step towards the latter goal, with the announcement of its intention to acquire stock library Fotolia for around $800 million in cash.