Recently I attended the Create Now Roadshow by Adobe in Brisbane. Now whenever a seminar, workshop, etc is offered for free I am aware that there is pretty much one of two reasons a company does this. 1. To sell a product or 2. As part of showing their brand as supporting its customers. Well, they succeeded at both aims with me.
It took me less than a week to buy their new product, just 2 weeks after that I am singing Adobe’s praises as well. So in short, this is my top 5 reasons why you too should join the Creative cloud club. I cant help but promote it because it is awesome.
I have used Dropbox for a while now and while it is useful It has often left my clients feeling a little bewildered. They have to join up to drop box themselves, then I have to make sure I’ve invited them to the right folder for them to access their file. Just not as easy as it should be. And if I’m with a new client will I trust that they wont just take the file and I’ll never see them or the money for the job again?
Here is where Creative Cloud differs. I can simply share a file by sending a link to my client for their viewing, and I can set up the file so they can or cant download it. They don’t need to have Creative Cloud or sig
What is also very practical is that because I can now have the same applications on my home computer, I can put my partially completed photoshop, illustrator, or other file in my Creative Cloud folder and have it there at home. Sure I could have done that with Dropbox but to be honest I find Creative Cloud easier to use.
Up next: Part 2 – Applications CC