A few weeks ago Adobe released the Creative Cloud market. Creative Cloud Market enables folks that are using the full Creative Cloud to download design graphics and art work to your computer (with a maximum of 500 per month) for use in your creative work. The Creative Cloud market is available via the Desktop App, which you should have had a request for update for already.
Once the Creative Cloud Desktop application has been installed you will see that there is a new tab called Assets.
Under this tab you will find Files, Fonts and market. The designs that are available for download are curated from the Behance site by the teams over there.
If you are a full Creative Cloud user, then the files can be downloaded via the Desktop App’s sync mechanism and the assets (marked in pink), will appear in the Creative Cloud folder on the desktop (marked in Red, the location of the folder is marked in Yellow and is available under the current user on both the Mac and the PC.
You can see this in this case the asset is a .PSD file, with simple instructions in the layers in Photoshop CC.