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    Adobe Creative Cloud

    Creative Cloud is a set of applications and services which feature a collection of software titles that help bring all your creative ideas to life.  A few popular titles include:

    • InDesign – design and publish layouts for print and digital
    • Photoshop – edit and create images, graphics and art
    • Illustrator – create vector art and illustrations
    • Premiere-Pro – the Industry standard for video and film editing

    Working with Creative Cloud applications off and on Campus


    Studying from home

    New for this Academic Year –  Middlesex University is delighted to inform you that arrangements have now been made with Adobe, whereby you can install your personal copy of Creative Cloud software on your computer to assist with your studies. Important – access is limited to approved schools/courses and modules only.

    This agreement allows you to download applications of your choice onto 2 personal devices and a mobile at no cost to yourself.  Please bear in mind that not all software will run on a mobile device.

    Accessing Creative Cloud Desktop applications and downloading onto your personal device, can be found in this Adobe Sign In user guide.

    Studying in the Library/across campus

    Windows
    Adobe Acrobat DC is on all computers across campus, which allows you to create and edit  PDF documents Creative Cloud suite will be limited to a number of rooms in College Building as well as a small number of loan laptops.  This is a work in progress so please continue to check this page for updates or contact UniHelp for more information.

    Macs
    To access Creative Cloud software on the University's desktop Mac’s, you will be required to sign into Adobe with your Middlesex student e-mail address at first launch.

    Need some help and inspiration?

    A wide range of tutorials for many software applications is available via our LinkedIn Learning Libguide

    You can continue to develop skills as Adobe offers free ‘Daily Creative Challenges’. These are guided projects where participants receive creative prompts and can connect with others for feedback and support.

    For inspiration and over-the-shoulder learning, watch pros share their creative process on Adobe Live daily at www.behance.net/adobelive.

    If you require more detailed Adobe information, please visit Adobe help

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