Adobe has released a new suite of software courses that aim to make life easier for anyone with a computer.
The new software course series, titled Adobe Flash, Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Illustrates, are designed to help students learn the Adobe software and software products, and can be used in a variety of settings.
Included are six courses in Adobe Flash (in Adobe Creative Suite), Adobe Creative Studio, Adobe Elements and Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Color, Adobe Flash Professional, Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Color Lightroom.
In addition, the Adobe Flash courses also have a companion app for iOS and Android devices.
The Adobe Flash course series is designed to be useful for students who have a limited computer or who have been using other software programs, such as Microsoft Office or Adobe Creative, for some time.
Adobe says that all of the courses are available for free, and students will be able to download and install them with just a few clicks.
“These courses will allow you to get started with the Adobe Creative software suite,” Adobe Creative Director, David M. Thompson, wrote on the company’s site.
“We’re excited to bring them to you in a way that lets you easily get started in Adobe Creative as you explore Adobe’s amazing content, features and resources.”
To take the course, students will need Adobe’s Creative Suite software suite.
Adobe Creative will also include a series of online tools that are similar to those of the Adobe CC software.
Students can sign up to take the Adobe Adobe Flash classes, and they’ll be available for purchase beginning on Tuesday, December 11.
They’ll also be available on the Adobe website for the next 30 days.
For the most up-to-date Adobe software information, see the Adobe site for the course series.