Since the arrival of Adobe’s Creative Cloud, applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign have become increasingly integrated with an expanding set of mobile apps and services. Nowhere is this more evident than with Creative Cloud Libraries. There’s a reason why Adobe made the decision to have the CC Libraries panel (called “Libraries” in most of the apps other than InDesign) pop open in the Essentials workspace and when creating new swatches and styles.   It’s to get your attention and make you notice them, because CC Libraries are a really big deal. By default, they let you share creative assets like text styles, colors, graphics, patterns, and brushes between the CC apps on your computer: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Muse, and more; They form the connective tissue between mobile apps like the amazing Capture CC and desktop apps; The CC Libraries panel gives you a direct conduit to Adobe Stock Photos, with a built-in search field and licensing options; and You can choose either to Share a Link to a library, or to Collaborate on a library’s assets, with other CC users in your workgroup or elsewhere. For a full rundown on everything CC Libraries have to offer, check out Steve Werner’s feature article in issue 83 of InDesign Magazine. [...]
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