Introduction and Creative Cloud Tour
Creative Cloud consists of 2 main things, the first of which is going to be apps and services. Now, this is where you would download the software for your desktop or Mac computer and it’s on the Creative.Adobe.com/apps.
Keep in mind that when you use this, these applications from the list will be downloaded and directly installed onto the desktop computer and they’re not hosted in the cloud. You would also use these services that are below the top menu list such as the creative cloud files which are the files that you’re going to be storing in the cloud. The business Catalyst would be the service that you would use to be able to host up to 5 websites and typekit is a resource for you to get amazing fonts all visible on your website. Now, the files area, this is where you’re going to be uploading files and creating folders and organizing the content that you’re going to put into the cloud. The beauty of this service is that once you have those files in the cloud, you can access them from completely different machines, Mac or PC and mobile devices like Android Tablets and iPads.
Your creative cloud membership comes with 20GB of storage so that, there is a lot of storage space for you to work with but it’s also storage space that you need to manage by deleting files inside the creative cloud.
Managing Individual Creative Files in Creative Cloud
When you upload to creative cloud, you would have a folder name and you’re going to click on it. Inside of each folder, there would be files that you are currently using and sometimes they’re left unused. If you single-click on the file, this is going to bring up the file here in the main in window and you will also see some file information here on the right hand side and that is the panel that will tell you what type of file it is, when it was being uploaded, date of modification, and the sizes.
In the color section, you would have a palette of color that you can go ahead and download as an Adobe swatch file, or you can visit the website related. In the apps section (below the color section), you can also tell which app you’re using to modify the image. On the top, you would be able to view comments, all of the comments can be seen in the area, the next tab is the ability for you to access to all of the layers that make up that file. The sharing and privacy section will also allow the users to set the image public or private and this depends on their choice. Lastly, the download option, you would have the opportunity to download a variety of different options for the file, it could be original or other file types.
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