This is the second of our articles running through the most useful features available to charities as part of the discounted Adobe Creative Cloud ‘all-apps’ plan.
This time, we’re running through 3 of Adobe’s most useful products for web design – Photoshop, Spark and Dreamweaver.
Adobe offer 60% discounts to the full range of Adobe CC through the Charity Digital Exchange donation programme in the UK.
There are so many design products available in the package, that it can be hard to pinpoint the bits that help the most. With that in mind, we’re running through some of the more useful ones for charities, starting with Premiere Pro and Audition.
We thought we’d take a look at what’s proving most popular recently so we can pass on the wisdom!
Hopefully your charity can discover some new software to work towards your cause more effectively.
We reached out to a number of our Charity Digital Exchange customers to find out how they’ve made use of their software donations and discounts.
In this case study we look at how youth-focused charities have made the most of Adobe’s offerings!
The latest versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements are now available as a bundle through the Charity Digital Exchange donation programme.
The previous version, Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 are now available as part of the TechSoup Boost subscription free from admin fee.
To work out which package makes most sense for you, here’s a brief overview of the main features included in the Photoshop Elements 15 & Premiere Elements 15 that aren’t in the previous incarnation:
Sorry – we realise this is a boring article, but it might just be quite important for your charity!…
Some Charity Digital Exchange donor partners set maximum limits on the number of licences that charities can request each year, which begins on 1st July (i.e. very soon!).
This article has info on entitlement limits, the partners involved, and where you can see what you can get.