While the augmented reality special effects in Terminator 2 were cool for its time, it looks less believable today, since AR is now a real thing. So Adobe tasked a design studio to re-imagine it with modern software.
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The Adobe XD CC Starter Plan is a free version of the company's popular user experience design software. Made for students, beginners, or non-designers that are collaborating on a team project, it makes UX design more accessible.
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Adobe is adding a handful of user-requested features designed to create a more efficient workflow inside XD, Illustrator, and InDesign The updates includes both updates to the user interface options and shortcut-like updates.
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Tired of adding all those anchor points to select something in Photoshop? Meet Photoshop 19.1 with a new AI-powered, one-click Select Subject tool. The update launches alongside the latest version of Adobe XD.
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Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic now have fewer differences, thanks to a significant CC update adding curves and split toning. The options are only on desktop, but the entire Lightroom family gets new A.I.-powered auto edits.
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It's raining software. Adobe announced the out-of-beta release of Adobe XD, Adobe Dimension, Adobe Character Animator, and more. Adobe is also bringing new features to Premiere Pro, After Effects, InDesign, and Illustrator.
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