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ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud
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Design with Data-Driven Maps

Design with Data-Driven Maps

Enables design & communication professionals access to data-driven maps from Esri's ArcGIS platform.

With Illustrator 
・you can consume vector content, allowing you to easily edit and restyle
・you can consume image (raster) content into separate layers
・automatically apply libraries (symbols, brushes and swatches)

With Photoshop
・ you consume image (raster) content only

YouTube demos and tutorials:
http://esriurl.com/MapsforAdobeYouTube

Documentation:
http://doc.arcgis.com/en/maps-for-adobecc/

User Community Forums:
https://community.esri.com/groups/arcgis-maps-for-adobe-creative-cloud

Twitter:
@mapsforadobe - https://twitter.com/mapsforadobe

Email:
mapsforadobe@esri.com

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The new 1.4.2 (July 2019) release of ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud includes the following updates:

Plus—An in-app purchasing option for commercial-grade access at a low monthly cost to premium maps and layers in ArcGIS Online and advanced features within the extension.

Mapboards—Defining map extents inside others is now easier. Mapboards have a tabbed appearance, allowing resizing and positioning similar to those of a web browser tab.

Duplicate mapboards—An existing mapboard can now be easily duplicated (copying the geographic extent, page size, and layers as part of the map).

Sync Individual Layers—Ability to turn on and off whether a layer is downloaded as part of a map sync, allowing a finer level of control and performance for improved efficiency during map updates.

Visualize location analysis—Ability to create geographic offset (buffers), add demographic attributes (geoenrichment) to existing layers, and visualize travel times.

Show overlapping labels—Ensure all features on a map are labeled regardless of space constraints.

Legend—Create a graphic table of unique map symbols with the associated names based on the layer structure from the Illustrator document.

The scale bar, text, and other map surround graphics are now optional processes and are generated outside the artboard.

Non-drawing layers are no longer removed from the compilation window layer list.

A number of bugs that were discovered in the 1.4.0 and 1.4.1 release have been fixed.

Navigate to ”Windows -> Extensions” to find ”ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud”

- Sign in using your email address, a Plus or your ArcGIS Online account

- Define a Mapboard, a ”geographic” artboard of your map's location

- Discover themed data & compile those assets into your mapboard

- Sync your mapboard layers to your Illustrator or Photoshop layers

Complimentary—Allows you to access ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud using your email address. You will receive an email from Esri with an authorization code. The authorization code enables the plug-in on a single machine with full access to all public content hosted on ArcGIS Online as an anonymous user. You can activate your account directly through the ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud sign-up page.

Plus—Commercial-grade access at a low month-to-month cost to premium maps and layers and advanced features within the extension. You can subscribe and pay for your Plus account directly and securely through the ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud sign-up page.

ArcGIS Online—Part of the Esri Geospatial Cloud, ArcGIS Online enables you to connect people, locations, and data using maps. Work with smart, data-driven styles and intuitive analysis tools that deliver location intelligence. Share your insights with the world or specific groups. If you don't have an existing ArcGIS Online account, you create and pay for your account using the Esri Store.