Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 Splash Screens

Looking for the December 1, 2015 Splash Screens?

I haven’t had time to post those yet. Got work to do and promises to keep.


 

Note: This is a follow-up to my post showing images of the new Adobe Creative Cloud splash screens back in 2014 when a major update was released.

New Adobe Apps, New Splash Screens

Adobe just released a major update to Creative Cloud, complete with new splash screens for many of the applications. Illustrator has some major performance enhancements for rendering. And there are tighter integrations with Adobe’s mobile apps. One notable addition is Adobe Stock, a built-in stock asset marketplace. Sadly for existing Creative Cloud subscribers, Adobe Stock is priced as a separate, add-on subscription that will add $30 to your monthly subscription this year. That’s a 40% savings, per Adobe. Who knows what the price will be next year? The pricing uncertainty is probably the only downside to Adobe Creative Cloud. But Adobe has stepped up their game and delivered a fantastic experience for creative professionals, despite the occasional pricing discomfort or uncertainty. In my opinion, the value is a good match for the price. Get the latest Creative Cloud pricing here.

Now, without further adieu, here are the 2015 splash screens. Click to view the full resolution image, then use your arrow key to advance.

Photoshop CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Photoshop CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Illustrator CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Illustrator CC 2015 Release Splash ScreenAdobe InDesign CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe InDesign CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe After Effects CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe After Effects CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Muse CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Muse CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Flash Professional CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Flash Professional CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Audition CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Audition CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe InCopy CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe InCopy CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Prelude CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe Prelude CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe SpeedGrade CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Adobe SpeedGrade CC 2015 Release Splash Screen

Look at your phone. Creative Cloud is there too.

The iPhone apps were sadly neglected by my 2014 splash screen post. How rude?! I can’t make up for that, but I’ll make sure to show off a few of Adobe’s mobile splash/launch screens going forward. Want to see the rest of the story? Check out Adobe’s full lineup of iPhone and iPad apps.

Adobe Brush CC Splash Screen

Adobe Brush CC Splash Screen

Adobe Shape CC Splash Screen

Adobe Shape CC Splash Screen

Adobe Color CC Splash Screen

Adobe Color CC Splash Screen

Adobe Hue CC Splash Screen

Adobe Hue CC Splash Screen

Adobe Illustrator Draw CC Splash Screen

Adobe Illustrator Draw CC Splash Screen

 

Adobe Preview CC Splash Screen

Adobe Preview CC Splash Screen

Adobe Lightroom for Mobile Splash Screen

Adobe Lightroom for Mobile Splash Screen

Adobe Photoshop Mix Splash Screen

Adobe Photoship Mix Splash Screen

Adobe Edge Inspect CC Mobile Splash Screen

Adobe Edge Inspect CC Splash Screen

Adobe Creative Cloud Mobile Splash Screen

Adobe Creative Cloud Mobile Splash Screen

Adobe Creative Cloud Tutorials Splash Screen

Adobe Creative Cloud Tutorials Splash Screen

Here are the Nerdy Details

The desktop screenshots were taken on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. I used the built-in feature to take a partial screenshot (Cmd + Shift + 4 then hold the space bar over the desired window). The resulting images are unedited.

The mobile screenshots were taken with an iPhone 5s.

Thanks for reading! Love them? Can’t stand them? Comment below!

20 replies
  1. ProDesignTools
    ProDesignTools says:

    Nice, thanks for collecting them all in one place!

    On pricing – some folks seem to worry about it, but historically Adobe has only ever lowered their subscription prices since first introducing the concept 8 years ago, as adoption continues to grow.

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  2. christian
    christian says:

    specially the dreamweaver and photoshop splashscreens are amongst the ugliest ever. they should have sticked with either the programms name on a flat surface or giving the ability to change them easily. it is by no means acceptable to be forced looking at an image i don’t like. and from what i find when googling i am not the only one having issues with them… so to sum it up: i absolutels hate them 🙂

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  3. Brandon
    Brandon says:

    Ugh…I just hate them. Hate them, hate them, hate them.

    The AE one is cool, the Photoshop one is barely tolerable, Illustrator turns my stomach, and I would consider not updating Dreamweaver just to avoid looking at that mess. WHAT were they thinking? Trippy LSD-induced art is something everyone would love? Just. Plain. Awful.

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      • christian
        christian says:

        lucky you 🙂 i have to use it multiple times a day… illustrator one is just a png file in the folder, so its easy to avoid… dreamweaver however seems to be hidden somewhere

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  4. Jerrell
    Jerrell says:

    I agree, most of these are among the most hideous yet foisted on an unsuspecting public. I am so tired of ugly and eye-jarring as an artistic trend. Ugly without substance, at the least, is not acceptable. I have already altered the faceplates for Illustrator and InDesign, but Photoshop must be hiding theirs in a package, not something with which I’m willing to tinker without a clear Idea of what I’m doing. So anybody willing to share – the non-code designers out here would appreciate it greatly.

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  5. Marcus
    Marcus says:

    Illustrator splash screen brought me here, after nearly vomiting. Found switching instructions before the app even finished loading.

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  6. bailsone
    bailsone says:

    the most awful splashscreen Series by Adobe. Especialy Photoshop with that super ugly 25 years anniversary. using adobe for 15 years now cant remember a more awful splashscreen except for beta releases ^^ Someone must be able to change those pictures. help Pls.

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    • AJ Design
      AJ Design says:

      Yep! I haven’t taken time to document all the splash screens of the newest release yet, but here is the new splash screen for Illustrator, just released today:

      Adobe Illustrator CC 2015 (December) Splash Screen

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      • Riley
        Riley says:

        This is my favorite ever! Thank god they replaced that old one! although, I must say I much preferred the old Photoshop and indesign slash screens to the new updated ones.

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  7. flowerwalks
    flowerwalks says:

    I have no idea what the image for Dreamweaver has to do with the application. I don’t like looking at the faces on the splash screens. They remind me of the old advertising line of “Just put a picture of a pretty blonde girl on the product and people will buy it, regardless of what you are selling”. The only one I like is the InDesign one because it is related to the application.

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