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Learning the Adobe Creative Cloud


Release date:2018, July 6

Duration:03 h 22 m

Author:Chad Chelius

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

With Adobe Creative Cloud, you can access the entire collection of Adobe software, including powerhouse design tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects. The subscription model provides new purchase options as well as instant access to software updates. Explore all the suite has to offer, in this introductory overview with instructor Chad Chelius.

Chad explains how to sign up for Creative Cloud and install programs and updates. He shows how to upload, download, and manage files in the cloud, and reviews the sharing and collaboration workflow. Then he demonstrates how to store and share reusable assets in CC Libraries and explores some additional, lesser-known services, such as Typekit, Adobe Stock, and Adobe Capture. Finally, Chad shows how to use the Creative Cloud and other Adobe mobile apps to take your work anywhere your creativity leads.

Topics include:
Signing up for Creative Cloud
Installing Creative Cloud on Mac and Windows
Installing CC apps
Working with files
Creating and sharing CC libraries
Identifying and saving colors, fonts, and shapes with Adobe Capture
Creating patterns and brushes with Adobe Capture
Using the Adobe mobile apps

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0 – Introduction
E0 – Unleash your creative potential

1 – 1. Get Started with the Creative Cloud
E1 – What is Creative Cloud-
E2 – What is an Adobe ID-
E3 – Sign up for Creative Cloud
E4 – Explore the Creative Cloud website
E5 – Install Creative Cloud Desktop on Windows
E6 – Install Creative Cloud Desktop on Mac
E7 – Download and install apps
E8 – Install previous versions of Creative Cloud apps
E9 – Update Creative Cloud applications
E10 – Uninstall Creative Cloud applications
E11 – Exploring the Creative Cloud Desktop application

3 – 3. Creative Cloud Files
E12 – What are Creative Cloud files-
E13 – Upload files to your account
E14 – Organize your Creative Cloud files
E15 – Download your files
E16 – View Creative Cloud files on the web
E17 – Working with file versions
E18 – Share links to Creative Cloud files
E19 – Collaborate with Creative Cloud files
E20 – Delete and restore files
E21 – XD Cloud documents

4 – 4. Creative Cloud Libraries
E22 – Create a Creative Cloud Library
E23 – Adding objects in a Creative Cloud Library
E24 – Using objects in a Creative Cloud Library
E25 – Add colors to a Creative Cloud Library
E26 – Add color themes to a Creative Cloud Library
E27 – Add text styles to a Creative Cloud Library
E28 – Save text objects to a Creative Cloud Library
E29 – Organizing assets using groups
E30 – Search for assets in a Creative Cloud Library
E31 – Overcoming Illustrator Library limitations
E32 – Adding desktop files to a Library
E33 – View Creative Cloud Libraries on the web
E34 – View Creative Cloud Libraries in Adobe Bridge
E35 – Add Notes to Creative Cloud Library assets
E36 – Share and collaborate with Creative Cloud Libraries
E37 – Useful collaboration information
E38 – Archive Creative Cloud assets

5 – 5. Creative Cloud Services
E39 – Explore Adobe Fonts
E40 – Explore Adobe Stock

6 – 6. Adobe Capture
E41 – Adobe Capture overview
E42 – Save materials
E43 – Save type
E44 – Save shapes
E45 – Save colors
E46 – Save looks
E47 – Save patterns
E48 – Save brushes

7 – 7. Mobile Apps
E49 – Use the Creative Cloud Mobile app
E50 – Explore more Adobe Mobile apps

8 – Conclusion
E51 – Next steps


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