Ever have a great design idea and forget it by the time you got back to your desk to draw it up? Now you can download the Adobe Ideas app for free to draw freeform in vector wherever you are.
To celebrate designing on the go, we’ve teamed up with Adobe Ideas for a fun challenge to win a 12-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud and more!
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
- Download the Adobe Ideas app for free.
- Create an awesome design using only the app.
- Email your design directly from the app as an .pdf file to email@example.com
- Post your design in this blog.
THE GRAND PRIZE WINNER WILL RECEIVE:
- $250 Threadless gift certificate
- 12-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud ($480 value)
- A new iPad
- A Pogo Connect Stylus
10 second prize winners will receive a $25 Threadless gift code.
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE AUGUST 23
And of course, if you end up designing something totally awesome, feel free to work on it further in any design program and submit it to Threadless!
About Adobe Ideas You can pick up the free app in the iTunes Store and use it to create vector illustrations on the go on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Because Ideas is vector based, any artwork created will scale, so unlike other drawing applications, Ideas is great for taking real life projects like t-shirt designs from start to finish.
With an Adobe Creative Cloud membership, you can easily sync your Ideas projects and open them for refinement in Illustrator CC.
Adobe Ideas provides a virtual canvas with up to 10 drawing layers, support for the Pogo Connect pressure-sensitive stylus, a photo layer for each sketch, and multiple drawing tools that you can customize and save. Easily move, rotate, and scale individual layers for precise positioning, and zoom in and out without pixilation. You can refine your sketch with the eraser tool, and you get 50 undo/redo actions so that you can edit in a snap. You can also duplicate, merge, and flip layers horizontally and vertically with a simple tap on the screen. Check out the full list of Adobe Ideas features here.