What is Adobe Comp CC?
It seems like our professional is becoming more and more mobile. Every day I see new apps for the iPad having to do with creating and creativity. This week is no exception, with Adobe’s release of Adobe Comp CC. If you want to whip up a quick layout, Adobe Comp CC is perfect for that. Let’s take a look at some of Adobe CC’s features.
You can export your work to your desktop computer or laptop. There, you can open it in the program of your choice, from InDesign, to Photoshop and Illustrator. This is great, because you can work how you want to, in the program of your choice.
Now that’s what I am talking about. Just like in some of the other iPad apps out there, you can use gestures to flow through your previous steps. This makes it easy to undo mistakes, keeping you from getting stuck.
Share Assets From Creative Cloud CC
Have you made some graphics or other assets in Photoshop or Illustrator? If they are saved to the Cloud, you can access them from Comp CC and import them into the project you’re working on.
Just because you’re on the go doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality or features. Your type definitely won’t suffer when you bring up TypeKit.
2GB of Online Storage
You have plenty of storage space to get you started. You can get 20GB more for only $1.99 per month, which isn’t bad. I have to wonder if you can just save your stuff to Dropbox if you have it connected, saving you the money. I have 1 TB at my disposal, so I’d like to use it in any way possible.
Why Adobe Comp CC Could Be Useful
Let’s say you’re in a larger city, and you have to make the trip via subway, etc., to see your clients. During the trip, you’ll need something to keep you busy. Why not be productive and whip out Adobe Comp CC and start fleshing out some layouts for your current projects? If you come up with something cool, you can export it to your desktop for later. This gives you a jumpstart for when you arrive home or back at your office.
What do you think About Adobe Comp CC? Do you think you’d use it? I’d love to hear what you think.