The Latest Adobe Creative Cloud – What You Can Expect

The latest Adobe Creative Cloud provides you with all your creative needs. Whether you’re a designer, artist, photographer, student, filmmaker or businessperson, Creative Cloud has a plan for you.

With Adobe Stock CC, you’re able to access over sixty million high-quality images, videos, graphics and lots more. There are new templates that can be opened from Illustrator or Photoshop to save you time. Adobe has also added enhanced search, new 3D assets and improved premium content which can all be found in your favourite apps, which is great for all your projects.

Adobe desktop apps can now be used on mobile devices from iOS and Android, so you can work on your projects, no matter where you are. When you use Creative Cloud Libraries, your colour palettes, files and images of all kinds integrate seamlessly across your desktop, mobile and web. Added to this, it’s more controlled than before and has improved collaboration tools for teams. Begin with a project on your mobile, continue with it on your tablet and finish it on the desktop app of your choice.

With Adobe Creative Cloud by Learning Curve, you can create beautiful and rich work from anywhere, using the latest bubble features like customizable photoshop brushes, Adobe Sketch, layers and automatic pattern creation in Adobe Capture CC.

Typekit, one of Creative Cloud’s powerful services, has thousands of fonts that will sync to your mobile apps and desktop. What’s more, is since Adobe has partnered with a few of the world’s foremost type foundries, you are now able to buy more quality typefaces than before.

Creative Cloud’s integration with the world’s top creative community, Behance, and with Adobe Portfolio, will allow you to create a website fast so you can share your creations with everyone. And speaking of sharing, if you would like to get your hands on a free trial of Adobe Creative Cloud, you download it from Learning Curve.

Of course, some things have not changed. As soon as it’s released, you’ll be able to download each and every Adobe Creative Cloud application for mobile and desktop if you have a Creative Cloud membership. No matter if you’re new to these products, in need of a refresher or wish to learn a new skill, you’ll have access to hundreds of tutorials on offer from Creative Cloud from within your favourite apps, to help you get what you need.

As you can see, the latest version of Adobe Creative Cloud still provides the best creative tools for every person, regardless of whether they’re a newbie or an old hand. Through all of your favourite apps, such as Illustrator CC, Premiere Pro CC and Photoshop CC, along with the new tools, such as the beta release of Experience Design CC, Creative Cloud will enable you to create and design better, faster and easier than before.


What are We Expecting From Adobe

In 2016, Adobe reported 22% growth in revenues to $5.85 billion. While the performance metrics reported growth across two of its major business lines (i.e., Creative Cloud and Marketing Cloud), its legacy business continues to suffer. According to our estimates, Adobe’s annualized recurring revenues are expected to exceed $4.9 billion for its digital media business, which includes creative and document cloud products. Its Marketing cloud expected to clock in another year of double-digit growth in 2017, in the mid-twenties.

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Adobe’s Guidance For 2017

Adobe guided that the revenue for FY2017 will be $7.09 billion, while GAAP EPS and Non-GAAP EPS is expected to be $2.85 and $3.75, respectively. It expects digital media revenues and digital media ARR to grow by 20% and 25%, respectively. Furthermore, Adobe expects revenues from its digital marketing cloud to grow by over 25% for the year 2017 and average subscription value bookings to increase by 30%. It also expects that the GAAP and non-GAAP tax rate will be around 21%.

Growth At Creative Cloud To Continue In 2017

The Creative Cloud division makes up 50% of Adobe’s estimated value. The key drivers for this division are the average revenue per subscriber and total creative software market. While Creative Cloud contributed nearly 53.4% to Adobe’s revenue in 2016, the total addressable base for Adobe’s creative products stood at 18.6 million, according to our estimates.

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