Design with Data-Driven Maps
Beta Now Available
ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud is ideal for design and communications professionals. Access thousands of data-driven maps inside Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Play with colors and styles to make the exact map you want. See It in Action →
It’s your choice—street maps, political boundaries, terrain, satellite images, and other spatial data.
Aesthetic design and style is up to you. Creative freedom lets you make the beautiful maps you want.
Get the tools you need while keeping data and file formats in sync between ArcGIS and Adobe.
Serve up GIS data and analytics to your design and publishing departments for maximum value.
Search, Preview, Download, Edit, Customize
Search for a map Inside Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.
Preview to see if the map and its content meet your needs.
Add the map to your Adobe workspace. (High-quality images or vector data will download to your design.)
Edit the map design using familiar Adobe tools.
Produce maps with your design and branding.
At the first release, you will be able to use ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud inside Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. We will consider supporting other Adobe Creative Cloud apps depending on customer demand.
The first release of ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud is currently planned for Q2 2017. Timing of the first release may change depending on beta results.
With ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud, design and communications professionals will be able to access data-driven maps and geographic content inside their familiar design apps and will have a seamless experience. Like other ArcGIS apps, it
will be fully integrated with the ArcGIS platform, will deliver value to both non-GIS and GIS users, and will allow you to take advantage of geographic data you have in the cloud or on-premises.
ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud will be included with an ArcGIS subscription. You will need an ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS account to use the app.
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