Students Save 65% With Adobe Creative Cloud

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Have you heard about Adobe's Creative Cloud but you're still not completely sure what it is? Simply put, it's a whole new way of working and creating, giving you everything you need to do your best work.

When you join Creative Cloud you get all the same state-of-the-art creative tools you've always used and loved. Tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro but they've been completely reinvented to support a more intuitive and connected way of creating.

Plus you have access to brand-new tools like Adobe muse and edge tools and services for building beautiful modern websites. One membership gets you every Adobe creative tool so you can constantly experiment and expand your skills and the very latest features are always available to you when you're ready to download and install them. Creative Cloud lets you work from anywhere on any device, wherever you are and with anyone you want. 

You can sync your files to the cloud to work on them later, access them from another device or share your files and collaborate with teams. In fact, Creative Cloud was specifically designed
to streamline the way creatives work together. You can set up private folders, choose your collaborators, manage versions and capture all the activity related to your projects all in one place and connect with the world's leading creative community, you can showcase your work to millions, get feedback and get exposure from right people.

Within Photoshop CC you can post your designs to your works-in-progress portfolio and then get instant feedback from your trusted peers. You can also explore and discover the world's best work from leading creatives peers and people you know.  With Adobe Creative Cloud, keeping your portfolio up to date becomes easier than ever. You can also
build and publish websites, mobile apps and iPad applications, it's all included in your membership.

Some of the great features of Adobe Creative Cloud, include:

  • Photoshop
  • Illustrator
  • XD
  • Lightroom
  • Creative Cloud Libraries
  • Adobe fonts

Download the creative apps from the cloud to your desktop and use them the same way you always have, whether you're connected to the internet or not you have a central dashboard to
help you keep track of your entire creative universe, your ideas, files, fonts, colour settings and updates, upgrades to your desktop apps as well as your collaborators and community activity.
You have access to a growing library of tutorials and inspirational content. It's all available in real time, wherever you happen to be Creative Cloud evolves as you evolve and gives you everything you need to keep up so you can experiment, innovate and embrace whatever's next.

Students can now save a whopping 65% on Adobe Creative Cloud. Find out more here.


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