Get an overview of Adobe Creative Cloud. Learn how to install and update apps such as Photoshop and InDesign, use cloud storage, and take CC on the go.
(gentle xylophone music) - [Voiceover] Hi there, my name is Justin Seeley, and I'm a senior staff author for the design segment here. I'd like to welcome you to this course on Adobe's Creative Cloud platform. This course is meant to give you a general overview of Adobe's new Creative Cloud subscription platform, or CC for short. I'll start off by showing you an overview of what Creative Cloud is, what it does, and how it's different from the quote, unquote, traditional software model. From there, we'll dive into the Creative Cloud platform itself, where I'll show you how to download and install apps to your computer, update apps when and if you need to, and also how to make use of your free Creative Cloud storage.
Finally, I'll give you a brief overview of some of the Creative Cloud services, like Typekit, a web service that allows you to sync fonts to your desktop or website, and Behance, an online social network for designers that allows you to showcase your portfolio online. Creative Cloud has a lot of moving parts, and it's a big change for many of us in the creative industry. Hopefully by the end of this course, you'll be well informed of all of these changes, and ready to start using these tools and services effectively in your own projects. Okay, enough talking about it, if you're ready, let's get you up and running with Adobe Creative Cloud.
Learn how to install and update apps; access the free built-in cloud storage; and use Creative Cloud mobile apps, the touch-friendly versions for your phone or tablet. Plus, discover how to work with services like Typekit, Adobe Stock, and Behance. Start watching to get the most out of this powerful creative suite.