Adobe’s New Illustrator CC is now optimized for Touch and Pen Input’s on the Surface Pro 3

by CodeGuru Staff

Today Adobe’s Illustrator is added to the, small, but steadily growing list of applications that are being designed to leverage touch-optimized devices and Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 is at the top of the list.

One of the most exciting use cases for the Surface Pro 3 is design. However, when it was released, most of the desktop creative tools were aimed for mouse and keyboard workstations. Today, you can add another program to the touch-optimized list: Adobe's Illustrator CC. To toggle the 'touch mode,' you can either remove your keyboard from your Surface, or select the mode from the menu in the top right of the application. This mode brings various tools optimized for your touch on your Surface. Continue reading this story here.

This article was originally published on Thursday Oct 30th 2014
Mobile Site | Full Site