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Syncing fonts from Typekit in Photoshop CC
Syncing fonts from Typekit in Photoshop CC
When you sync fonts from Typekit with Creative Cloud, you can use them in any application on your computer — just like any other system font you have installed. This video shows how easy it is to start syncing fonts from Typekit within Photoshop CC
  • Photoshop
  • Typekit
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 19
  • Tags: Typekit, desktop fonts, font sync
Desktop and mobile versions-Part 2
Desktop and mobile versions-Part 2
In this video, we review the design and functionality of the desktop and mobile versions of the site that we’ll be creating over the course of this tutorial series.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 4,292
  • Added: Jun 03, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:02:44
  • Tags: Beaumont, CC, Dani, Mobile, Muse
Share and explore portfolios with Behance
Share and explore portfolios with Behance
Use Creative Cloud and Behance to collaborate, get inspired, and gain global exposure for your work—all from your desktop. Go from desktop to creative community to get inspired and show off you work. Share a work in progress or a full portfolio website using Behance ProSite.
  • Creative Cloud
  • Views: 8,092
  • Runtime: 00:06:24
  • Tags: portfolio, Behance, Creative Cloud, Prosite
Using Typekit to sync fonts for desktop use
Using Typekit to sync fonts for desktop use
Typekit is not just web fonts anymore. Typekit now brings great type directly onto your desktop for use in any application. This video shows how easy it is to start using one of Adobe’s new typefaces, Source Serif, by syncing the fonts from Typekit. Source Serif is one of the many typefaces available for desktop sync in Typekit’s free tier. This means that it’s available to all users with an Adobe ID, even if you sign up with a free, trial account.
  • InDesign
  • Typekit
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 7,331
  • Added: May 15, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:01:39
  • Tags: Source Sans, Source Serif, Typekit, desktop fonts, font sync, web fonts
How to design for mobile first
How to design for mobile first
A common technique is to design for the mobile platform first, followed by the tablet or desktop versions. Doing so, allows you to focus on the most important aspects of the content and design, which can then be expanded to fit the tablet and desktop web layouts. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 5,564
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:01:35
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, design for mobile
Typekit desktop fonts and Font Menu Enhancements in InDesign CC
Typekit desktop fonts and Font Menu Enhancements in InDesign CC
In this video, Rufus Deuchler, Adobe worldwide evangelist, will show you how easy it is to access the 700+ Typekit desktop fonts that are available as part of your Creative Cloud membership directly from InDesign, and will also show you improvenents in searching and filtering fonts in the InDesign CC font menu.
  • InDesign
  • Creative Cloud
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 13,198
  • Added: Jan 16, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:04:00
  • Tags: Creative Cloud, InDesign, Typekit
Creative Cloud Tour
Creative Cloud Tour
Show: Create Now
Paul Trani leads a tour of the Creative Cloud desktop app, showing how to download apps, share files, and share work on Behance.
  • Creative Cloud
  • Views: 1,503
  • Added: Dec 13, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:13:55
  • Tags: design, desktop, Behance, Creative Cloud, Typekit, app download
Adobe & The Modern Web
Adobe & The Modern Web
Different tools bring in different capabilities and workflows. But when you combine them you can get an extra gear and build great things easier and faster. From beautiful fonts, elegant shapes and vectors, colorful images, beautiful layouts to great modern mobile and desktop websites there are many routes to choose from. Let's see together some of the choices out there!
  • Views: 116
  • Added: Nov 11, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:14:57
  • Tags: education, teachers, Barcelona, Students, Summit
Vikram Verma: Responsive Design with Server-Side Components
Vikram Verma: Responsive Design with Server-Side Components
Adobe Product Manager, Vikram Verma, discusses why responsive design by itself is not the "holy grail" to solve all of tech comm industry problems. Vikram observes that more information is consumed by mobile phones, and desktop consumption is decreasing. The attention span of mobile users is half that of desktop users. It is essential to cater to mobile users. Responsive design with server-side components can allow you to create categories for output devices (e.g. tables, mobile, desktop) and optimize content to create separate responsive design websites. Once you have that, you integrate them all with server-side components like JavaScript which will direct the user to the appropriate version of the website to consume content appropriately.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 99
  • Added: Nov 03, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:31
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