On April 23 this year Adobe launched Creative Suite 6 which has been called one of the best releases by many professionals and industry editions. But what really makes this launch stand out of the row of Adobe CS releases is introduction of Adobe Creative Cloud. This new product completely changes the way how people get access to Adobe products. US$ 49.99 per month looks like a really affordable price for anyone who makes money using Adobe software and this is great! But that’s not all. Very soon when Adobe Creative Cloud is here designers, developers, video and photo professionals and others who decided to subscribe to the Cloud will find that they really have access to almost every Adobe application, not only the set of software they are used to.
Ok, what does it mean and what impact it may have on professional activity? Well these days everything changes very quickly and you never know what skills and tools you will need tomorrow. For example not so long ago thousands of designers found that if they wanted to keep pace with the industry they had to start creating not only for print but also for web editions and that required them to learn how to add video and animation to their designs, how to create web pages, how to publish for multiple screens and so on. Previously in many cases if you wanted to master some new professional skills you had to invest in new software first and then learn how to use it. Today with Adobe Creative Cloud membership you have access to almost any Adobe software any time and that means that if you tomorrow’s needs require you to learn how to edit video in Premiere Pro CS6, or produce posters and brochures in InDesign CS6, or create web pages in Adobe Muse you will be able to start learning and using necessary software without additional investments.
Here we have prepared some links where you can find Adobe CS6 tutorials for some of the most popular products: