2014 Mobile Star Awards Entrant:

(Consumer) Design or Photography Mobile App – Adobe Shape & Adobe Brush

2013 Mobile Star Awards Winner:

(Consumer) Design or Photography Mobile App – Adobe Ideas & Adobe Kuler

2012 Mobile Star Awards Winner:

Enterprise Application Development – Adobe PhoneGap

Company Summary:

Adobe Systems Incorporated
345 Park Avenue

San Jose, CA 95110-2704
(+1) 408-536-6000

Company Contacts:
> Denise Styerwalt, Senior PR Manager at Adobe, dstyerwa [at] adobe.com

Company Structure:  Public Company (ADBE), established in 1982
Approx. Number of Employees:  12,000+ worldwide
Operating Systems Supported:  Apple iOS

2014 Featured Adobe Mobile Apps:

Adobe Shape logoAdobe ShapeAdobe Shape:
See a shape you’d like to use in your designs. Capture it with your iPhone and Adobe Shape CC will turn it into vectors (as seen at right). Save it to Creative Cloud Libraries to use in Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, or all-new Illustrator Draw.

Download Adobe Shape for free from the App Store.

Adobe Brush logoAdobe Brush:
Create custom brushes from photos you capture on your iPhone and iPad (as seen below) and start using them right away in Adobe Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Adobe Illustrator Sketch.

Download Adobe Brush for free from the App Store.

Adobe Brush

2013 Winning Adobe Mobile Apps:
Adobe mobile apps Adobe Kuler

Adobe Color CC
(formerly Kuler) is an iPhone app that lets designers quickly capture inspiring color combinations wherever they are. Extract colors from an image on your phone, or use the live view to capture directly from the surrounding environment.

Once a theme has been captured, Color CC makes it easy to share via Twitter. But the best part is that the theme is automatically synced to adobe.com, and right into the Color CC panel in Adobe Illustrator CC. So designers can make use of the themes as soon as they’re back at their desk.

Adobe Color CC can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

Adobe mobile apps Adobe IdeasAdobe Illustrator Draw (formerly Adobe Ideas) gives users the ability to draw freeform vector illustrations wherever they are. Designers can replace their pen and paper with a huge virtual canvas, customizable brushes, and pressure sensitive stylus support. With an Adobe Creative Cloud membership, users can easily sync Adobe Illustrator Draw projects to Creative Cloud and open them for refinement in Adobe Illustrator. With Ideas, it’s easy to take the initial concept to finished design. Users can also share designs to other applications such as Behance and Adobe Photoshop Touch.

Adobe Illustrator Draw can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

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