Typekit is now called Adobe Fonts and is included with Creative Cloud and other subscriptions. Learn more.
While creating a document in Photoshop, instead of beginning with a blank canvas, you can choose from a wide variety of templates from Adobe Stock. Templates include stock assets and illustrations that you can build on to complete your project.
In addition to templates, you can also create a document by selecting one of the numerous presets available in Photoshop or create your custom sizes. You can also save your own presets for reuse.
Powered by Adobe CreativeSync technology, Creative Cloud Libraries make your favorite assets available to you anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
Share and collaborate on libraries with anyone who has a Creative Cloud account. While adding collaborators to a library, choose what level of permissions you want to give them. You can also create libraries that others can follow to receive updates to them.
Photoshop supports SVG fonts, including emoji fonts. You can composite several emoji SVG font characters to create new glyphs. For example, you can create the flags of countries or change the skin color of single-person default characters.
Bring your Photoshop CC assets directly into Adobe XD, the new all-in-one tool for designing and prototyping user experiences for websites and mobile apps.
Ideal for responsive and multi-screen design, artboards let you create multiple layouts in different sizes, lay them out within a single document, and see them all at once. You can export artboards individually or several at a time. You can now duplicate a layer or layer group into other artboards, quickly change artboard backgrounds, and view artboards with transparent backgrounds.
Export artboards, layers, layer groups, or Photoshop documents as JPEG, GIF, PNG, PNG-8, or SVG image assets. Use Quick Export commands to generate assets in commonly-used image assets with a single click. Embed color profiles into PNG or JPG files. Customize all export settings per your requirements in Preferences.
Creating accurate selections and masks in Photoshop is now quicker and easier than ever before. A dedicated new workspace now helps you make precise selections and masks. Use tools like Refine Edge Brush to cleanly separate foreground and background elements and do much more.
Take the guesswork out of identifying certain fonts and let Photoshop CC do the hard work for you. Thanks to the magic of intelligent imaging analysis, using just a picture of a Latin font, Photoshop CC can use machine learning to detect which font it is and match it to licensed fonts on your computer or on Typekit, suggesting similar fonts.
While working with assets on the Adobe Stock website, you can now open your chosen asset in Photoshop from directly within the website. You can also add watermarked previews or licensed stock images to any of your libraries. Then, in Photoshop, you can use the stock images in your documents as library-linked assets.
The new filtered search of the Adobe Stock site and your library assets makes finding the assets you need a breeze. Also, licensed Adobe Stock assets are badged for easy identification; video assets now have linked previews.
Mobile apps like Photoshop Mix, Photoshop Sketch, Adobe Comp CC, and Adobe Capture CC extend the power of Photoshop to your devices so you can create powerful designs at your desk or on the go. Try something new! For example, use Capture CC on your mobile device to turn any image into a pattern. Save it to a Creative Cloud library and then use it as a pattern or pattern fill in your Photoshop projects.
Easily add up to 10 instances of select layer style—including drop shadow, gradient overlay, color overlay, inner shadow, and stroke—to a layer or layer group, and re-edit any style at any time. No more rasterizing effects or stacking in different layer groups.
Use the new Glyphs panel to work efficiently with glyphs. Browse all the available glyphs in a font, view alternatives for currently selected glyphs, access commonly used glyphs, see and insert your most recently used glyphs and sort glyphs for faster browsing. Apply alternate glyphs for specific characters directly using a new in-context menu. Hover over a glyph to see details such as its glyph ID, Unicode value, Unicode name, etc.
Photoshop CC now uses content-aware technology to intelligently fill in the gaps when you use the Crop tool for rotating or straightening an image, or expanding your canvas beyond the image's original size.
Quickly find the font you need by starring individual fonts as favorites. Narrow down your search by filtering fonts by classification, like serif or sans serif, or by visual similarity. Seach among fonts installed on your computer or synchronized fonts from Typekit.
Open and place native SVG files—which can rescale for any size device or any resolution—in your Photoshop designs. Just double-click the object to edit it in Adobe Illustrator. Export SVG image assets using the new Export experience.
Get real-time previews of your designs on multiple iOS devices with the new Device Preview feature and the Adobe Preview CC mobile app. For documents with artboards, Device Preview shows you the correct artboard by matching the size and position of the artboard with that of the connected device.
Use Adobe Portfolio to quickly and easily create a beautiful portfolio site to show off your Photoshop images. And now when you use Portfolio, you can create custom landing and contact pages to better connect with viewers.