Creative Cloud Assets: A New Way Of Navigating Your Work

by Emily Dinger

posted on 10-15-2018

In mid-October, the Your Work section of the Creative Cloud website (assets.adobe.com and formerly referred to as “Creative Cloud Assets”) will be updating its navigation to allow for more intuitive access to your Creative Cloud work. With this update, all of your assets will be consolidated into five main sections where you can view and manage similar types of content within each section. For Adobe Dimension users, in addition to improved organization of your existing creative work, you will also have the new ability to view and manage your 3D scenes.

What’s new about the navigation?

First off, all the Creative Cloud work you accessed previously on assets.adobe.com will still be available. We have simply consolidated “Your Work” into sections (such that work with similar behavior and workflows are grouped together). More specifically, the Files section is now where you can find your mobile creations and Creative Cloud desktop-synced files, and the new Published section is where you can find your XD prototypes & specs, as well as your Dimension 3D scenes.

What else has changed?

“Your Work” is just one part of the Creative Cloud web experience, and to make it easier for you to access the rest of your Creative Cloud web experience, there is a back button next to the Creative Cloud logo at the top-left of the interface, which takes you to the root level of the Creative Cloud web experience. Here, you can navigate back by clicking on “Your Work” in the navigation menu, or you can browse and check out other Creative Cloud services — such as tutorials — to help jump-start new creative projects and access to the Creative Cloud applications.

Looking forward

This navigational restructure helps set the stage as the Your Work section continues to give you access to your full portfolio of Creative Cloud work. In the coming months, you can expect to see your mobile creations and Creative Cloud Libraries move from our old interface to this newer interface. We will also be growing our efforts on extended collaboration features so that you can productively work with others throughout the creative process.

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Topics: Adobe MAX, Future of Work

Products: Photoshop, Creative Cloud, XD