[ #Design #Adobe #Print ] Adobe has just released Comp CC, a free iPad app that allows users to qu...
>> See Also: Adobe & Microsoft Partner at Adobe MAX 2014"Doing creative work on a mobile device is only useful if the results can be synced to the desktop, where the project can be perfected in a precise, professional-grade tool like InDesign or Photoshop," commented Scott Belsky, vice-president, products at Adobe. "With Comp CC we've simplified the design process, helping creatives take their initial layout-designs on iPad and make them the basis of high-impact finished work on the desktop - all thanks to Creative Cloud."
Adobe started this project around the end of 2013 when the team talked to Khoi Vinh, the former Design Director at the New York Times, about the challenges he sees with the early part of the design workflow. Once the team identified the problem, Adobe set him up with a prototype and quickly landed on what Eisley called a “quick and dirty prototype.” Then, Adobe user-tested this first idea over the course of the summer. Later in 2014, it showed a first prototype of this app — then still called Project Layup — at its MAX conference.
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