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January 28, 2015 /

Adventures of Creative Kid: A Scavenger Hunt with Extract

Are you ready for a challenge? We’ve hidden five words in this PSD comp and your mission is to use Extract in Creative Cloud to find and make sense of them.

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Once you’ve found all five words in the PSD your next task is to arrange them into a phrase that you can add to the end of www.adobe.ly/—this is where you can enter your information and you might just WIN a year-long Creative Cloud subscription or some sweet Adobe swag which includes a full Creative Cloud pillow set, a TimBuk2 backpack crammed with goodies and more!

Don’t ruin it for others by sharing the URL. Remember, the fewer people who submit their information, the better odds you’ll WIN!

Helpful hints to get you started

You’ll know when you’ve found a word because the layer or folder name will be “CLUE.”

The various CLUES appear across the two layer comps. You can look through the two of these by using the dropdown menu in the top right corner:
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You’ll find…

  • a clue hiding in an image
  • three clues hiding behind an image
  • a clue spelled out in bricks

Happy hunting!

A bit more about Extract…

In case you haven’t heard, Extract is a FREE feature in Creative Cloud Assets that helps you explore a PSD directly in your browser, including layers and layer compositions. Extract gives you all the info you need to turn your design into code:

  • Copy text and CSS
  • Get colors, gradients, and fonts
  • Measure distances between elements
  • Save production-ready image assets (SVG, JPG, PNG)

Learn more about the Extract family of tools.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter by February 4, 2015. Must be 18+. For complete details, eligible countries, and promotional item descriptions see Official Rules. Void where prohibited. Originator: Adobe.

Join the discussion

  • By Craig - 7:40 PM on January 29, 2015  

    Is the phrase case sensitive?

    • By Sue Garibaldi - 12:08 PM on January 30, 2015  

      Hi Craig. Nope. All lowercase will work.