Text styles readily available – Comp CC permits users to visualize their configuration concept by effectively laying out content frames on an iPad. Integration with Typekit allows them to place proficient desktop styles in designs. Formats started in Comp CC can then be transferred to Adobe’s desktop instruments for further polish, including InDesign CC, Illustrator CC and Photoshop CC.
Comp CC enters the expanding group of Adobe mobile applications that fundamentally add to the developer toolkit so designers can deliver in a versatile domain while linked to Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
With Comp CC, developers can utilize basic gesture vocabulary to add resources from the Creative Cloud library, draw vector shapes, include pictures, use brushes, and alter objects. Likewise, Comp CC separates itself from the existing mobile applications thanks to the integration with Typekit, giving access to Adobe’s library of top-quality styles directly on an iPad.
During a video conference before the application’s discharge, Adobe chief product manager Will Eisley talked about the mobile-to-desktop work process and the usefulness of the new application. Eisely clarified,:
“What we think we’ve enabled with Comp is a brand new workflow that allows designers to start the ideation process on their iPads, allows them to integrate their professional assets that they are using on the desktop including Typekit fonts, and then finally they can continue that work on the desktop.”
Presently, designers can send out from Comp CC via messaging a layout, by sharing a configuration on Adobe’s online platform Behance, and by sending docs to a desktop PC. On a desktop PC, formats can be altered in Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, or InDesign CC.
Eisley added that Adobe deliberately developed Comp CC to have the capacity to go to other desktop applications later on.
To built the app, Adobe teamed up with New York-based graphic designer Khoi Vinh, who is the previous New York Times design chief and was dubbed by Fast Company as one of “The 50 Most Influential Designers in America.”
Vinh also noted:
“I saw an opportunity for a product that could make the creative process much richer and more immediate — while still being complementary to designers’ existing workflows.”
Comp CC is currently available on the Apple App Store.
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