In 2013, Adobe changed the way it delivers its software forever. Rather than jumping from CS6 to CS7, the company announced it would henceforth release new versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, After Effects, InDesign and more, exclusively through its Creative Cloud subscription service.
We're now well into the CC era and despite setbacks like an outage, it's clear there's no going back for the company. So will this be the year that you make the move to the Cloud?
There's a lot to take in before you make the decision, so we've collected our articles about the Creative Cloud together in one handy post to help you out. See below to discover where you can find the exact details you're looking for...
Creative Cloud-only features
Find out all Photoshop's new features and how they work within Creative Cloud to speed up your workflow and collaborative projects.
With Creative Cloud, Illustrator is better than ever before - share your work directly from the application; sync colours from Adobe Kuler and fonts from Typekit; and use the new Touch Type tool to bring a new fluidity to your graphics work.
Discover the new features in Dreamweaver CC and how you can use it within your Creative Cloud workflow to create websites with ease.
The latest version of After Effects has plenty of new features to help you create stunning motion graphics and visual effects, faster and more easily. Here are some of the best.
We show you the new features in Muse, including Typekit integration, and explain how you can use it within your Creative Cloud workflow to create fantastic websites without touching a line of code.
Part of the Creative Cloud suite, Photoshop Lightroom 5 brings you professional, non-destructive, colour correction tools and slick photo management all in one place - here are 10 things it can now do.
These walkthrough videos show the new features of the Creative Cloud in action.
After Effects CC, Premiere Pro CC and other tools in the Creative Cloud get major updates. Read on to find out what they are, and how they can help your design process.
CSS Regions makes it easier to create responsive websites - and now Adobe's Edge tools support it.
Next page: new services and packages, and hands-on reviews