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Adobe Creative Cloud for iOS is part of your free Creative Cloud membership. The app connects your mobile devices to the Creative Cloud and unlocks new tools in your favorite apps.
It allows you to:
- Browse your Creative Cloud files and folders
- Upload files and photos to Creative Cloud
- Share preview of your files to your contacts via email or publish them on Behance
It also allows you to preview your PSD, AI and other design files stored in the cloud.
For more information, see Creative Cloud for iOS.
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You’ve probably heard about the new iPad. That amazing Retina Display with double the resolution of previous iPads.
It’s gorgeous. But how are you going to author your Digital Publishing Suite content so that it looks good on both this device and the earlier versions of the iPad? Join Colin Fleming, Adobe Digital Publishing Evangelist, for an Ask a CS Pro session on Friday, April 6th to learn how to efficiently design and author for both types of iPad. There are a couple things to keep in mind, and some pretty nifty solutions so your content looks great.
Adobe has just updated their guidance on authoring Digital Publishing Suite for the new iPad, and Colin will demonstrate many of these techniques in this session.
He will cover:
o Layout design for flexible publishing
o Handling interactive content for two resolutions
o Building folios for “renditions”
Friday, 6th April, 2012
Upcoming Ask a CS Pro: Friday, Dec 17th, 2010 at 12pm PST
Producing publications with Digital Publishing Suite!
Learn how to use the tools and viewer technology of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to produce publications for the iPad and other tablet devices. Join Chris Converse from Codify Design Studio to learn how to use the designer-friendly Digital Publishing Suite tools now available on Adobe Labs to create compelling content that combine the richness of print design with the interactivity of digital.
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