Adobe recently unveiled the details of the sixth version of its Creative Suite—14 separate applications, including two companion apps—spanning a vast range of creative workflows and pursuits, targeting artists, graphic designers, photographers, videographers, multimedia specialists, and Web designers. It has additionally debuted Creative Cloud, an overarching collection of products and services available via subscription of which the new Creative Suite 6 (CS6) is a huge part. In this episode of the Macworld Podcast I speak with Adobe managers Heidi Voltmer and Scott Morris about the details of these two efforts.
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We’ve extensively covered all that is CS6. See the following stories for more details:
- Adobe Creative Suite 6 and Creative Cloud: What you need to know
- Adobe launches Creative Suite 6 alongside new Creative Cloud subscription service
- Adobe offers Creative Suite, Creative Cloud for students and teachers
- Adobe Creative Suite 6 launch propels design, Web, and video apps onto center stage
- First Look: InDesign CS6 publishing software
And we’ll have many more stories as we tour and review some of the applications within the suite.
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