I have been using Adobe Stock for the last year. I was attracted because of the comprehensive integration with Adobe Creative Cloud. As a Creative Cloud subscriber, I can use Adobe Stock mainly with Adobe Muse. However, I can use it in conjunction with Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Premiere Pro and After Effects CC.
Adobe Stock is based on the $800 million acquisition last year of the stock art site – Fotolia.
Test with Watermarked Images
I can preview watermarked images in my Muse designs first. The ability to download and preview an Adobe Stock Image allows me to experiment and to get a sense of how different images will impact my mock-ups. These pictures provide the client with an opportunity to view their websites using high-quality professional stock.
Not only Stock Photography but also
I not only purchase photography but UI Comps, illustrations, textures, vector art. I can place an image or a piece of vector art on one of the web pages. If I need to edit the element, I can round trip out to the application I require complete my edits and return to Adobe Muse with finished artwork updated directly in my design.
As Adobe Stock is integrated into Creative Cloud, it works on a subscription model.
“85% of customers who buy stock images use Adobe Creative Tools.”
Simon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment
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