If you’re using the latest version of the Apple Software, you have two choices: either use the Mac App Store or download and install it manually. However, you should note that installing Mac App Store is optional.
Creative Cloud is the latest addition to Adobe’s suite of innovative software. Adobe has been making big moves with its suite of software recently. They’ve been adding new features and improvements every week, and they’ve even started rolling out subscription models for their software.
While the subscription models are controversial for some of us, they’re working.
We’re talking about the new subscription model for their software suite here, not the subscription model for their cloud storage service.
Creative Cloud is the latest version of Adobe’s flagship software. It includes all of the core design tools you need to create unique visual media, including Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, and Dreamweaver CC.
With a new membership model gives you access to all of the latest software updates and features as soon as they come out and removes the hassle of having to purchase each product individually.
Today I want to show you an easy way to manage your Mac with Creative Cloud. We’re going to use some of the features that come with CC and some of the new stuff. For example, we’ll make a folder and get rid of the “Desktop” folder. We’ll also use a few new cloud features. We’ll work with the files and folders inside our Creative Cloud, and we’ll use a cool new feature called “Save in iCloud”.
Adopt a “cloud-first” mentality
In 2016, the cloud was no longer a general idea. Instead, it has become a part of our daily lives, and we are already adopting cloud-first strategies. This includes everything from backing up our photos to uploading files on social media platforms.
The cloud is being adopted by creatives of all skill levels in the creative industry. While some are looking to move their entire production workflow to the cloud, others are trying to find ways to use the cloud to supplement or complement their traditional workflows.
For example, many designers turn to the cloud to store images and design assets. When they need to access these files, they log into their design account from any device and can access their files immediately.
Adobe’s latest update to Creative Cloud has introduced a “Creative Cloud Libraries” feature that allows creatives to store, organize, and share their files in the cloud.
With Creative Cloud Libraries, you can easily view and edit the files on your desktop computer and then upload them back to the cloud when you’re ready to share them.
You can also access your files on any internet device, and you don’t need to worry about transferring them back and forth.
Know your rights and responsibilities
You may think that you know your rights and responsibilities for your creative work. You do, but you should also know your rights and duties for your Mac.
Whether you’re working on a personal project or a client-related project, it’s essential to know your rights and responsibilities, both within your agreement with the client and on a legal level.
I’m not going to lie. As a freelancer, this is something that I’ve had to learn on the job. When you’re working on a client’s project, it’s a little different from working on your own.
It would help if you were careful with what you publish on your site. For example, if you’re working on a client’s website, you might be able to use their images. However, you should always check to see if you can use the photos for your projects.
Suppose you’re working on a client-related project. You can use the images in your projects, and you don’t have to worry about the client’s IP.
Create a unique workspace
While the Creative Cloud software offers a lot of great features, sometimes you want to go a little crazy and create something that no one else will be able to replicate.
You might think you’d need to spend a fortune on a new Mac, but that isn’t the case. I will show you how to create a fantastic workspace for just under $1,000.
Customize your desktop with Creative Cloud
Adobe is trying to make their software easier to use, and they’ve made some severe changes to how you can customize your desktop with Creative Cloud. You can now add Adobe Stock images directly to your desktop and easily access them from anywhere.
You can also import all your favorite fonts from your PC into Creative Cloud, and you can finally edit and save your PSD files as a single file, rather than having to separate each layer.
While Creative Cloud is an excellent tool for designers, it’s a perfect tool for anyone who creates any visual media, including photographers, illustrators, and web designers.
The thing you should keep on your Mind
- How can I get more out of my Creative Cloud subscription?
- Is there a way to purchase a software package for only one month?
- Can I make a backup of my desktop image?
- Does it matter where I save my desktop image?
- How long does it take to load the desktop image?
- How can I edit my desktop image?
- Where can I learn more about editing my desktop image?
I’m a big fan of Creative Cloud, as you know by now. The reason I like it so much is that it’s easy to use and it’s easy to share files.
If you’re new to Creative Cloud, I recommend getting started on a desktop machine. This will give you the best experience. However, if you already own a Mac, you can still benefit from Creative Cloud.