Adobe recently announced a new addition to its Creative Cloud suite, a feature named Generator, which is aimed at streamlining the web and screen design process. The new feature is a platform that integrates with Adobe Photoshop, making it easier for users to move content from the popular image editing program into other Creative Cloud and third-party applications. Adobe has rolled out a new Generator-built Photoshop CC feature, free for Creative Cloud subscribers that delivers image assets in real-time, meaning users don't have to extract, crop, resize, and export Photoshop assets. Adobe’s vice president of products, Winston Hendrickson mentioned the following regarding the feature:
Today we’re excited to usher in a new era of Photoshop productivity for anyone designing for the Web or mobile apps. Now with Generator, customers can skip the hassles of slicing and exporting from Photoshop and speed up day-to-day web and mobile app production through an intelligent and customizable workflow.
The Generator platform is available immediately to current Creative Cloud subscribers at no additional cost. Customers interested in signing on to the Creative Cloud including a limited time offer of 40% for existing CS users, can compare plans at the company’s website.
Source: Adobe (blog) via AppleInsider