We’re living in the 21st Century, where speed is everything. Unfortunately, Adobe Creative Cloud is operating like its 1999.
Over the weekend I finally got some time to update my Shopify store, which offers a barrage of political T-shirts, and as most know, Photoshop is your best friend when it comes to designing T-shirts. Sadly, my free trial expired.
In a world of instant gratification where most baubles are delivered to your doorstep in a matter of days, I thought purchasing an online subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop) would be INSTANT, but I very was wrong.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud platform is pathetic. What kind of business does $7.3 billion in sales (2017) and doesn’t allow you instant access to the subscription you just purchased? The answer is apparently Adobe. I’ve never seen a company operate so archaically. Maybe I’m expecting too much, but when I purchase a subscription to your product, I plan to use it instantly, not 24 hours later.
Adobe, please fix this problem before the market fixes it for you.
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