It was announced with the release of the Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 update that users would see new features and functionality, such as a Creative Cloud Market. Today, Adobe launched the Creative Cloud Market and subscribers now have access through the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app.
Adobe Creative Cloud Marketplace
The Adobe Creative Cloud Market is a collection of high-quality creative assets available to Creative Cloud members. Assets include vector graphics, repeatable patterns, icons, user interface (UI) kits, for-placement images such as product mock-ups, brushes and other creative elements. These are user ready, royalty-free creative assets that one would normally find on creative stock element websites. The library is available to Creative Cloud subscribers, who can download up to 500 assets per month. Adobe teamed with select members of the Behance network to develop the available content. Although many of the elements appear to be for traditional graphic and web design, the Adobe suite of applications makes it easy for users to repurpose the elements into content that can be used in motion graphics and post-production.
Creative Cloud members can locate the Creative Cloud Market under the “Assets” tab of the Creative Cloud desktop app.
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