Mrs. Wheeler here!
There are so many Adobe programs out there today, I thought it would be helpful to review a few of them for today’s lesson!
Created in San Jose California, in 1982, after John Warnock and Charles Geschke created the Post-Script programming language.
Today Adobe is the leader in creative technology. Having made over 100 programs to date and racking in $11.17 billion in fiscal revenue (2019)
One of the most popular programs. You can edit and manipulate 2D and 3D images. Photo and video editing, digital painting, layout design.
Used for what was once called desktop publishing. Basically, you can design multi-page layouts, great for printed pieces, it plays well with other Adobe Programs, too!
This is where you can edit vector graphics! Perfect for logo creation. You can create multiple artboards, create custom graphics, customize fonts, and way more!
Another vector based program but with a focus on user experience. Use it to mock-up websites, mobile apps, and more
Bulk edit all your photos on a breeze. Used by photographers to make editing, color correction and editing in RAW much easier.
This is Adobe’s video program, you could say it’s a cousin of Final Cut Pro. Import and edit videos of all kinds!
Websites. Yep, that’s what Dreamweaver is for! Build, create, develop, code, etc. If you are looking for a more drag-and-drop option, check out Adobe Muse.
Get those graphics moving! 2D and 3D motion graphics for designers, video production, video games, and more!