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Get Creative with Adobe Creative Cloud

Here at Dewey, Adobe Creative Cloud was recently installed on our main level computers. If you're looking to get creative with Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, or any of Adobe's applications, Creative Cloud will enable you to learn and build your skills. Whether you're just starting out, or you've been using Photoshop since its early days in the '90s, you'll be able to access a variety of tutorials on all of the Adobe applications created by other users.

What is Adobe CC?

Adobe Creative Cloud gives you access to all of Adobe's photography, design, video, and web apps. The CC Libraries stores all of your images, shapes, colors, text styles, settings, and fonts from Adobe Typekit, and other assets so they're instantly available. If you can think it, you can create and edit it through Adobe CC.

What can you do?

  • Create your own website to display your work with Adobe Portfolio
  • Create, edit, and enhance videos with Adobe Premiere
  • Access 55 million royalty-free images, graphics, and videos to use within the applications with Adobe Stock
  • Design your own fonts with Adobe Typekit
  • Create flyers for campus events
  • And much more!

Utilizing Adobe CC

In order to use Adobe Creative Cloud, you'll first have to log in to one of our computers on the main level. From there you will hit the Windows "Start" button, click "All Programs," and go to the "Adobe Cloud" subfolder within the main "Adobe" folder. Once you're in the Adobe Cloud subfolder, you'll see the extensive list of Adobe applications you can choose from.

Need Additional Assistance?

Help is available! If you have more questions, see our IT consultant on the main level of Dewey. The IT consultant hours are Mondays 6pm - 8pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays 2pm - 8pm, Wednesdays 5pm - 8pm, and Sundays 12pm - 4pm.

Blog Created By: Kristen Thornton-De Stafeno
Image Credit: Charls Tsevis

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