Visual guide to top new features in Adobe Creative Cloud 2015

Adobe Creative Cloud 2015

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On June 16 Adobe Inc. rolled out a slew of updates to its Creative Cloud software that delivers apps including Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and Indesign to subscribers. Big ticket items include a new stock imagery service, Artboards, and a Dehaze feature.

Adobe Stock

Adobe-StockA new addition to Creative Cloud, Stock is an integrated stock photo service to help users find images to use in their work. Payment plans range from $9.99 per image to $199.99 per month for 750 images.

Dehaze filter

Adobe Dehaze filter

New to Photoshop is a filter with an impressive visual effect that was first introduced as an employee’s pet project. It removes the haze out of a foggy, or underwater photo to leave it nice and clear. Or you can add haze to an image. The filter is available in Photoshop and Lightroom.

Adobe Photoshop CC 2015


The new Artboards feature lets you work on several different-sized boards simultaneously in Photoshop, sharing content between them.


You can see all of your Artboards at once in a bird’s-eye view and you can quickly export them individually or as a group.

Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015

Responsive design in Adobe Dreamweaver 2015

Adobe Dreamweaver users can now layout websites that will automatically adapt to the screen size of various devices, with the new support for responsive design in the software.

Device preview in Adobe Dreamweaver 2015

Users will be able to test the responsive design in a device preview mode. The preview will be interactive and show how your site responds when in a mobile browser.

Adobe InDesign CC 2015


InDesign users can now preview what their documents created for print will look like when published online. Users can create a digital version of their documents with one click.


InDesign users will now be able to add colour and shading to text paragraphs. Just highlight the text you want to change and click the colour wheel.

Adobe Muse CC 2015


Muse will now have instant access to Typekit web fonts directly from the font menu.


New Muse add-ons will allow you to add a shopping cart, or integrate and style a blog from services like WordPress and Tumblr.

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