Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding your Adobe ID, part of Adobe Mobile Apps First Look.
- Before we get started using these Adobe mobile applications, you first need to understand something that you're going to need to get into the applications, and it's called an Adobe ID. If you're not familiar with the Adobe ID or what it is, it's basically a unique email address and password that you use to access the Adobe services, like Adobe Typekit or Adobe's Creative Cloud desktop products, etc. If you have never signed into Adobe.com before, you can go to Accounts.Adobe.com and you can get an Adobe ID by clicking this little blue link right here.
This will not, however, give you an active subscription to the Creative Cloud. If you want an active subscription to Creative Cloud so that you can get access to all of the bells and whistles that these applications have to offer, you should just go to Adobe.com, and on the Adobe.com website, you can either go up to the top to sign in, or you can go back to this big blue link here that says Learn about Creative Cloud. From there, you'll be able to go in and sign up for a Creative Cloud membership by choosing a plan up here on the right, or you can simply start a free trial as well.
In any case, you're going to need a unique Adobe ID in order to sign in to all of these mobile applications that we're going to be working with, so I highly suggest you go and do that before you get started. And if you have not already subscribed to Creative Cloud, you may want to go ahead and do that as well so that you can get the most out of these mobile apps.
- Capture CC, for creating color themes and brushes
- Photoshop Mix, for image editing and compositing
- Photoshop Fix, for retouching
- Photoshop Sketch, for hand-drawn projects
- Illustrator Draw, for vector drawing
- Comp CC, for creating layouts on the go
Find out how these new tools can unlock your creativity—wherever it takes you.