How to deploy Adobe Creative Suite 6 across your campus this Summer

The @AdobeUK Team

August 07, 2012

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If your University’s looking to deploy Adobe Creative Suite 6 (CS6) across campus this summer, then this one’s for you. We’ve created a bunch of resources to help ensure a smooth installation process using Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition (AAMEE).

In a nutshell, AAMEE is a straightforward and customisable way to wrap CS6 applications as MSI or PKG packages for silent deployment across your campus. It means you can automatically enter and validate volume serial numbers over the internet prior to installation, choose which applications are installed, disable automatic updates, and turn off manual registration.

Take a look at this onDemand eSeminar to find out more. You can also download free guides and toolkits by clicking here.

Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 now available!

Emma Wilkinson

May 11, 2012

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Adobe Creative Cloud

We’ve had a couple of weeks now to catch our breath since we launched Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 at the end of April. We’ve had such a great response from everyone about the new products that it’s definitely made all the hard work worth it.

Now we’re excited to announce that Creative Cloud is available as of today (11th May), and follows the shipping of Creative Suite 6 earlier this week (7th May). Our industry standard products are available to buy just as they ever were as individual point products or as a collection (Design Standard, Design & Web Premium, Production Premium and the Master Collection).

But for the first time, we’re also giving our customers a radical new way to access our tools and services through Creative Cloud, a membership based offering in which you get the complete Creative Suite 6 – including the likes of Photoshop, Premiere Pro, InDesign, After Effects, Flash Pro, Illustrator and Dreamweaver.

As well as the CS6 product line, with Creative Cloud you also get Adobe Muse, our new visual web design tool, and Edge, the HTML5 animation app. To this, we added a lot of services including Business Catalyst for web hosting, Typekit for fonts, and up to 20 gigabytes of cloud storage for syncing and sharing your files. Soon, we’ll also add access to our iPad publishing service for making digital editions of content such as magazines via InDesign.

Perhaps most exciting of all is that you get all this at a great price – £38.11 (ex VAT) per month based on an annual subscription). There’s also a special introductory offer for existing CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS5.5 customers who can access Creative Cloud at £22.23 (ex VAT)!

We could wax lyrical about this all day, so if you want to find out more, then check out Adobe TV to find out more about our new product portfolio.

BREAKING NEWS! Adobe Creative Cloud and Creative Suite 6 launched today

The @AdobeUK Team

May 03, 2012

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We’ve been tempting you with sneak peeks for the last few weeks and today we made the exciting announcement that the Adobe® Creative Cloud™ Student and Teacher Edition, and Adobe Creative Suite® 6 will be available for institutions, educators and students next month!

This new release comes with supporting educational resources designed to schools and colleges to enhance their classes and better prepare students for the workplace.

We are extremely excited about this new release which we consider to be groundbreaking. More than 100 education institutions worldwide participated in the beta programme for CS6 and Creative Cloud – here’s what some of our UK Adobe Education Leaders have to say;

“Adobe CS6 is a revolutionary product release that gives me and my students the opportunity to create real-world projects with tools that are, quite simply, the best in the world. Having access to these products means my students are a step ahead of most of their peers when they start their careers. With the economy still recovering from recession and the demands on today’s workforce so great, it is imperative that young people have experience in using technology in order to succeed. These tools are an important part of that. For my students to have the same power at their fingertips as real producers creating major motion pictures is truly amazing.”

                Renaldo Lawrence, Advanced Skills teacher, St. John the Baptist School

 “Adobe Creative Suite 6 has evolved to the next level and will empower my students to be even more creative. The whole suite has become much more integrated, so experience in one programme will now make it much easier for myself and my students to use the entire suite. The Adobe Touch Apps and the Creative Cloud means my students can now use a tablet as a great prototyping tool. They can design and plan on their tablet, then upload to the Creative Cloud, and in an instant their design appears in Dreamweaver for additional coding and development. Brilliant!”

Andrew Field, Head of ICT, Neale-Wade Community College

 The Student and Teacher Edition of Adobe Creative Cloud will be available for £18.26 (ex VAT) per month based on annual membership. For information on Adobe licensing go to www.adobe.com/uk/aboutadobe/volumelicensing/education.

For more detailed information about educational upgrade policies and pricing, as well as the full portfolio of suites, please visit www.adobe.com/uk/education.edu.html.

Ask The Experts: What is the role of creativity today?

Emma Wilkinson

April 30, 2012

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Last Monday at our Adobe CS6 and  Adobe Creative Cloud launch in London we were very lucky to have three creative industry giants join us to discuss a topic close to our hearts – the role of creativity today.

The illustrious panel, chaired by Adobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch, included illustrator Mr Bingo, designer Wayne Hemingway and film director Gareth Edwards, and we caught their interesting discussion on film for you. Check it out!

So we want to know – what role does creativity play in your life? Leave us a comment in the section below or give us a shout on Twitter over at @AdobeUK

Re-live the Adobe Creative Cloud & CS6 Launch @OneMarylebone [inc. Video]

Emma Wilkinson

April 25, 2012

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What a week it has been… and it’s only Wednesday! The week kicked off in style, with our CS6 and Creative Cloud launch event at One Marylebone in London.

The historical building was filled with digital clouds; we saw great demos by Adobe’s CTO, Kevin Lynch and heard a fascinating panel discussion with designer extraordinaire Wayne Hemingway, the incomparable illustrator Mr Bingo and breakthrough director Gareth Edwards.

We’ve pulled together a video to give you a flavour of what went on. Enjoy!

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