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Designer's guide to Adobe Creative Cloud

New services and packages

Creative Cloud: design office

It's not just about the new features in each 'CC' tool but how they work together

Anywhere for Video

A new Creative Cloud-based service aims to end "biggest headaches" in video production. Could it help your studio save time and money?

Adobe DPS for digital publishing

If you've ever dreamed of creating your own iPad app as a portfolio, or want to generate a look-book app for a client but haven't known where to start, Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite is for you.

Photoshop for teams

Your team can now subscribe to Photoshop CC or other single apps in the Creative Cloud - here's how.

Hands-on reviews

Creative Cloud: Illustrator logo

We get hands on with all the major Creative Cloud releases, including Illustrator

Adobe Photoshop CC

We take the CC-only release of Photoshop for a test-drive to see what's new, and whether it's worth taking the plunge.

Adobe Illustrator CC

We've got the low-down on the latest version of Illustrator - what new features you'll find, and whether it's worth upgrading to Creative Cloud membership.

Adobe After Effects CC

Adobe has released a new version of After Effects for the subscription-based Creative Cloud. We've had a look at it - what's been updated, what's new and whether it makes it worth stepping up from After Effects CS6.

Should 3D artists get After Effects CC?

The update to Adobe's leading compositing tool is more than a motion graphics package - there's a lot to offer pro 3D artists too. Christopher Kenworthy gets stuck in.

Adobe InDesign CC

If you use InDesign regularly, it may be worth upgrading to the Creative Cloud to take advantage of the new 'CC' features. We take it for a spin to find out what's new.

Adobe Dreamweaver CC

Adobe has released the latest version of its web design tool, Dreamweaver CC. We've taken it for a test-drive to see what's new, and whether it makes it worth the upgrade.

Next page: designer views, Adobe's response, and how to get the most out of Creative Cloud

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