At the Adobe Max conference 2017 in Las Vegas, the company unveiled the next generation of its Creative Cloud. The suite includes four new applications, which are the Adobe XD CC, Adobe Dimension CC, Character Animator CC, and an improved version of the Photoshop Lightroom CC. Along with these, Adobe also announced some major updates to its flagship application Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, and Premiere Pro CC. It also announced an ongoing expansion of the stock service. These updates are all powered by Adobe Sensei, an artificial intelligence and machine learning platform.
At the event, Shanmugh Natarajan, Managing Director, Adobe India said, “For over three decades, Adobe has been committed to delivering innovations that have redefined the creative landscape across the world. Every year, Adobe MAX is attended by thousands of creative professionals, who gather to get inspired, learn new skills, and hear about how our latest innovations can help them achieve things, bigger and better. Today, we are excited to announce the launch of the next generation of Creative Cloud, which comprises of amazing new applications – Adobe XD CC for experience design, Adobe Dimension CC for 2D to 3D compositing, and Character Animator CC for 2D animation. At Adobe MAX 2017, we have also announced Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC as an all new cloud-based photography service and expansion of Adobe Stock, along with enhanced features across our flagship applications including Photoshop CC, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, and Premiere Pro CC.
India is a strategic market for Adobe – both from a business as well as innovation standpoint. With one-third of our global engineering headcount based out of India, our labs spread across Noida and Bengaluru comprise of the best industry talent and drive a substantial portion of our core R&D efforts across Creative Cloud. Our India team is proud to have contributed to the announcements and technology sneaks at Adobe MAX this year, and continues to further our company’s innovation charter.
Here’s a quick look at Project Scribbler, announced at Adobe MAX 2017.