Yes, we’ve pretty much beat the question of fairness to death when it comes to the subject of Adobe’s Creative Cloud. Much like the rattled but plucky survivors of a natural disaster, we must now retrieve our prized possessions from the mud, straighten our hair, and turn our attention to “the new normal.”
Yesterday, Adobe officially launched Creative Cloud, and Macworld’s Lesa Snider put the Photoshop CC portion of that design suite to the test. Needless to say we clenched our teeth when the words “it’s had several useful features removed” were applied to Bridge – this didn’t bode well for the rest of the package. Still, this is a fairly exhaustive review of the application, well worth any designer’s time. Thanks, Lesa!