Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Important UI Differences for Capture CC, part of Adobe Color Essential Training.
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- [Voiceover] Later on in this course, we're going to be using a mobile application called Adobe Capture CC, which actually takes the place of the Adobe Color CC application that used to be used for mobile workflows. The best thing about this app is that it’s cross-platform, meaning you can use it on both iOS and Android devices. However, there are some user interface differences between the iOS version and the Android version that I think you need to know about. So I'll be showing you the iOS version of the app a little bit later, so let's dive and here and take a quick look at some of the interface changes in the Android version of the application.
In the iOS version of the app, when you want to switch between the different facets of Capture CC, including color, shapes, brushes, and looks, you will see that on the top of the application, inside of the iOS application, however, you will also see this at the bottom of your Android application, which makes it easy for you to switch between those things inside of this application. You will also notice that when you get into the actual Color CC part of the capture app, that there are many things that look the same but also some things that work a little different.
You'll see things like this little hamburger icon, which allows you to access your account info and preferences. You will also notice that this is your CC library’s dropdown menu, and you can create a new color theme by tapping on the plus symbol in the bottom right hand corner. For the most part, this application should function much like the iOS app but, as there are some differences between the iOS and Android versions of the app, I thought it would be important for me to share those with you. If you want to go ahead and download this application, you can download Adobe Capture CC on the Google Play Store and have that on your device and ready so that when we start talking about mobile ways to use Color CC, you've already got it.
Join Justin Seeley as he explores the essential features of Adobe Color. He shows how to create themes using the online color wheel, edit themes with color rules, participate in the Adobe Color community, and use your themes in Illustrator and Photoshop. He also shows how to turn photos into color themes with the Adobe Capture mobile app.
- Creating a basic theme in Adobe Color
- Exploring color rules
- Editing color themes
- Removing themes from a library
- Creating a theme from an existing image or with your camera
- Using Adobe Color in Illustrator and Photoshop