Adobe’s Creative Cloud has already been updated twice since it was launched just four months ago. Now there will be more to look forward to as Adobe announces its first major feature update on the cloud service.
The major update will focus on Muse, the website-building tool for print designers and Edge, the HTML5 tool used to create animated web content.
According to Scott Morris, Senior Marketing Director at Adobe, Muse will be updated by adding a feature designed for Japanese users. It will also allow adding contact forms as well as links to a site to help the user manage content better. A new import tool will also be included so that adding HTML animations from Edge to Muse will be easier.
Meanwhile, Edge has been updated to Preview Version 7 and will also be renamed as Edge Animate. Improvements made to the tool include a new resizable layout fit for various shadow effects, rulers, guides, and text features. The team also added a redesigned properties panel and new keyboard shortcuts to improve usability.
Later this month, Lightroom 4 will also be updated to integrate a new tool for packaging files. In September, the Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition will also be added to Creative Cloud. Adobe will also launch several updates focused on HTML5 including updates to Dreamweaver and Edge Animate 1.0.
Furthermore, on-the-road tutorials will also be carried out to promote Adobe’s Creative Cloud and HTML5 tools, services, and technology. The tour will visit San Francisco, Sydney, Tokyo, and London.