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This is to inform you all that there is new (and much more affordable) Adobe software suite available for graphics design as well as cross-platform Apps/Web/Games development. One of the advantages of the new packages - which I personally find very useful - is the integration of different Adobe software products with each other. For instance, while designing your website using Adobe Muse, you can directly import an Adobe Photoshop file into your web design environment where any changes to the Photoshop file would take effect in your web design - edit the Photoshop file in Photoshop and see the changes in your web site immediately!
These new packages come in the form of a monthly subscription format (known as the Creative Cloud or CC). You can visit this page for more information: http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/creativecloud.html
The way CC works is that the subscriber gets a 30-days full access trail to all (previously really expensive) Adobe Suites and after the trail period you will have a choice of paying as little as £15.88 per month to continue using those packages that meet your requirements. You can find all the options here: http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/creativecloud/buying-guide.html
As an Adobe Community in Cambridgeshire, CGC has been running Adobe presentations (mainly for game designers). However, we are not just focused on gaming and do offer presentations in other areas as well. As a heads up, we are planning an Adobe Muse seminar for this October - so stay in a touch to hear more.
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Cambridge Game Creators
Cambridge Game Creators is the most active community of professional and hobbyists who share an interest in the applications and technologies of graphics and visualization.
We are an official Adobe Community in the east of England and Cambridge; and the world's first Adobe Community with a focus on the games industry.
The Cambridge Game Creators network is supported by Greedy Goblin Games (http://www.greedygoblinsoftware.co.uk/) and ARM Ltd (http://www.arm.com/).
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