And it seems particularly keen to develop Muse, a web design tool aimed at designers who don't want to learn to code (or simply want to create sites or mockups quickly and easily).
This week it's announcing six significant improvements to the software based on designer feedback. Here they are, with links to Adobe resources to find out more, including video walkthroughs.
The arrival of self-hosted web font support in Muse means you can now get easier access to the fonts you already own. In other words, you can add the fonts you've purchased and downloaded from foundries and services to the Adobe Muse font menu for use in your site designs.
02. Right-to-left language support
You can now create sites, specific pages, or text containers, using right-to-left languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew. Text boxes and other elements such as social widgets will default to the language selected.
You can now add bulleted and numbered lists with a single click, using the new Bullets, Bullet styles, and Glyphs panels. Choose from a variety of bullet styles, characters, and icons; access full character sets, such as punctuation and math symbols; and fine tune line height and spacing using typographical controls.
You can now keep your contact forms free of automated spam with Google’s reCAPTCHA, a free service that uses text and number distortions to distinguish humans from spam bots.
06. Image task shortcuts
You can now right-click to perform common tasks when working with images, such as replacing an image, swapping out a background, or pasting an image in place.
What would you like to see added to Adobe Muse? Let us know in the comments!