MURAL, the leading digital workspace for visual collaboration in the enterprise, has launched a new integration with Adobe®, which was highlighted during the Adobe MAX 2020 conference today. Specifically, the integration enables Adobe Creative Cloud® users to instantly access creative elements stored in their Creative Cloud Libraries such as logos, images, illustrations, and icons for use inside of MURAL. This makes it easy for teams to workshop ideas, designs, and prototypes directly on a shared visual space with sticky notes, diagrams, drawings, and other visual collaboration tools.
Managing creative elements across software platforms has historically been difficult due to the challenges of version control, approval processes, and file type compatibility. Designers, product teams, and consultants can now simply drag and drop visual elements created in Adobe Creative Cloud apps, such as Illustrator®, Photoshop®, and InDesign®, and managed in Creative Cloud Libraries into a mural.
According to Agus Soler, co-founder and chief product officer at MURAL, “Adobe’s move to make Creative Cloud Libraries available to third party applications like MURAL couldn’t have come at a better time. With the shift to remote work, the challenge of effectively working together on creative assets across platforms has increased, putting a strain on collaboration — especially for global teams. We jumped at the opportunity to work alongside Adobe to deliver access to Creative Cloud Libraries in MURAL to make visual collaboration more robust and easier for our customers.”