Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding new content to Libraries, part of Adobe CC Libraries for Designers.
- [Instructor] In the previous chapter we looked…at how we can add and work with content…for CC Libraries inside of Photoshop CC.…Now we're going to switch gears a little bit…and talk about Illustrator CC, which works…much the same way, but if you need…an Illustrator-specific tutorial, this is it.…So I'm going to start off here inside of Illustrator CC,…and I'm going to have my Libraries panel open,…and also the Personal Brand library that I created earlier.…The first thing that I want to do,…is I want to take a look at the panel itself.…Inside of the panel, we've got the library drop down,…we've got the search bar, we've also got…the large panel where we can add assets to this,…and it tells you, you can just drag and drop…anything in your document to add a graphic…or use the buttons below to add colors,…character styles, and more.…
That's what's unique to Illustrator,…you actually have more options here for things…like fill color, stroke color, and then when you have…text objects selected, text styles as well.…
- Creating a CC Library on desktop and mobile devices
- Sharing CC Libraries with others
- Using Adobe Stock with CC Libraries
- Using CC Libraries in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign