Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition gets cozy with Creative Cloud, code deficient designers rejoice

If you've been looking for a way to make publishing for the iPad much easier and erase the coding headaches, Adobe is looking to oblige. The software company has announced that its Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) Single Edition is now part of the Creative Cloud software collection. Not familiar with DPS? No worries. The program allows designers to create single-issue iPad publications (annual reports, brochures, portfolios, etc.) in InDesign and then export them to the Digital Publishing Suite App Builder for all of the requisite coding and finishing touches. When all is said and done, the user is left with an app that can be immediately sent to Apple for its seal of approval. Pretty neat, eh? The software will still be available on its own for $395 or as part of a $49.99 annual or $74.99 month-to-month Creative Cloud commitment. However, those upgrading from CS3 or later can opt in for $29.99 per month. If a few more details are what you're after before signing up, consult the full PR below.Continue reading Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition gets cozy with Creative Cloud, code deficient designers rejoiceFiled under: SoftwareAdobe Digital Publishing Suite Single Edition gets cozy with Creative Cloud, code deficient designers rejoice originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 19 Sep 2012 00:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |   | Email this | Comments Continue reading at 'Engadget'

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