Adobe has implemented a ton of keyword shortcuts designed to help speed up the process so you can get your social images, infographics, videos, or ebooks out faster. Designers, here’s a useful cheat sheet that will come in handy the next time you’re editing files in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Fireworks, Flash, Premiere Pro, and After Effects.
Check out the infographic below from Setupablogtoday.com, which contains over 100 keyboard shortcuts for seven of the most frequently used Adobe Creative Cloud programs.
Additionally here I’ve listed three bonus cheat sheet for Dreamweaver, Lightroom and Muse Keyboard Shortcuts infographic.
You can use these keyboard shortcuts in your web and mobile design projects, split and code views to quickly create documents, perform editing tasks, hide and show workspace features, edit code, make selections, apply simple formatting, access Dreamweaver help, preview pages in Live View and in a browser, and much more.
Adobe Lightroom is best to organize your photos. Nowadays, it is an essential part of an age where we can take as many as a thousand photos in just one day. It is a really handy tool as you have all your photos in one place, and makes them available on the web, on your computer, and on your mobile devices.
With this Keyboard Shortcuts, it will no doubt speed up tasks that would normally take double or treble the time to do with standard mouse and menu command access.
Adobe Muse is a relatively new addition to the Adobe family of apps for the creative industry. It is focused on allowing designers to create websites without having to write any code. Definitely, it should be like a honey music flow to the graphic designers’ ears because designers do not have the time to learn how to code.
The cheat sheet below for Adobe Muse keyboard shortcuts, to help you speed up your web building tasks.