Today, Adobe purchased the San Francisco creative consulting agency, Ideacodes. The company designs and creates user interfaces for smart applications, digital products, and networked communities, according to an Adobe press release.
The co-founders of Ideacodes, Emily Chang and Max Kiesler, will join Adobe's Creative Cloud business as creative directors. In a statement, Chang and Kiesler said, "We're thrilled to join Adobe at a time when Creative Cloud is beginning to take form, the potential to harness the power of connected networks is being realized, and the influence of good design on experience is being appreciated and expected from people worldwide."
Adobe said in the release that, "The Ideacodes team will help us realize our goal of making Creative Cloud indispensable for creatives worldwide." The Ideacodes acquisition comes just a week after Adobe announced that it was acquiring the developer team from Thumb Labs to create an enhanced mobile experience for Creative Cloud.
Adobe has not released further details or a purchase price for the Ideacodes acquisition.
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