Adobe today announced the June 2020 update for its Creative Cloud apps and services. These new features will make collaboration easier for creative workers. Read about the new features below.
- Design Tokens: It is a new way for designers to describe colors and text styles when translating designs into code. You can now add custom names to assets, like naming a color as “Primary Red”. These tokens will be published to Design Specs, so developers can use the same custom names in code.
- The Select Subject Portrait tool in Photoshop uses artificial intelligence to quickly and accurately select even very complicated objects.
- With Local Hue controls in Lightroom, you can select exactly where you want to change colors in an image.
- Illustrator now supports Cloud documents.
- In the future, you will be able to share documents with others for editing or reviewing directly within the app.
- New Share for Review feature enables more seamless review process.
- Reviewers can access the designs through a web link to review and also add comments without downloading the design.
Adobe Premiere Pro:
- Adobe Premiere Pro now supports Creative Cloud Libraries.
Adobe Premiere Rush:
- The new Effects panel in Premiere Rush will feature both Auto Reframe, available later this month in beta, and Pan and Zoom, available later this year.
- You can now access Creative Cloud Libraries right from Spark Post.