by Amy Palermo
When Adobe made the decision to switch to subscription-based software, it created quite a stir in the design community. While the concept of leasing software may not thrill everyone, the Creative Cloud certainly comes with a few perks! For example, the Creative Cloud Market offers free, royalty-free assets, available to single app or complete Creative Cloud subscribers. We’ll show you how it works!
The Creative Cloud Market
Your subscription to the Creative Cloud comes with free access to the Creative Cloud Market. Here you have access to hundreds of royalty-free assets-that is, pre-built design elements, including vector graphics, icons, patterns, UI Kits, brushes, patterns, and other elements you can use in your designs.
Your membership allows you to download 500 unique assets each month, and you can use these assets in any of your design projects. If that sounds great, it gets even better-you access and download these assets right from the Creative Cloud Desktop app. Simply launch the Creative Cloud Desktop app, click on Assets at the top of the dialog box, and you’ll see a quick sample of available assets, as shown in Figure A.
Filter your search
There are a large number of assets[…]