Adobe Creative Cloud

February 24, 2014 /Inspiration /

Amazing interior design and architecture resource

Have you ever wondered where interior designers go for inspiration and ideas? More than 70,000 of them rely on the Trade Only Design Library (TODL), a site that connects them with sellers of goods for residential and commercial interior design projects. For manufacturers, TODL is also a great resource, generating 4,000 targeted leads monthly.

To keep both buyers and sellers engaged and make the site easier to navigate, TODL recently redesigned the site using Adobe Dreamweaver CC. Executive Creative Director Scotty Smith appreciated how Live View and Code View in Dreamweaver CC saved him time and helped him improve the site’s code. The responsive website is now easily accessible by designers in the office on a desktop computer or at a job site using a tablet or a smartphone.

TODL benefitted from working with tools in Adobe Creative Cloud and looks forward to taking advantage of even more time-saving features and services. “Adobe Creative Cloud has already saved us time by enabling us to easily share files, send links to files that can be viewed using standard web browsers, and integrate a wealth of creative new features into our designs,” says Smith.

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