We’re happy to spotlight another partner this week, Archisketch!
Archisketch by Urban Design, LLC is a scale-aware sketching program ideal for Architects, interior and landscape designers, product designers, design students, or anyone working with design on an iPad.
Inspired by the tradition of sketching on a tracing pad, Archisketch brings sketching into the modern era on an iPad. Archisketch helps architects and designers visualize, capture and explore their ideas using layers, symbols, colours, dimension guidelines, 2D grids, isometric and axonometric 3D grids, and even smart one- and two-point perspectives for 3D. When finished, drawings can be printed to scale directly from the iPad up to A1 size, or exported to PDF, into a CAD application, or to Adobe Creative Cloud.
The Urban Design team just released version 2.0 of Archisketch. In addition to a bunch of new exciting features, Archisketch now allows users to connect with Creative Cloud. Users can now import images from Creative Cloud, or export their work directly to Creative Cloud.
Adobe Creative SDK Integration
Urban Design gave users the ability to connect with the Creative Cloud by integrating the Creative SDK’s Content Management component, which allows users to share and export their files and creations directly to the Adobe Creative Cloud.
To give Archisketch users the ability to import from Creative Cloud, Urban Design chose to integrate the Asset Browser, which allows users to import from Creative Cloud Files, Creative Cloud Libraries, and Lightroom Photos.
The Asset Browser is a quick and easy integration, but we understand that a provided UI component may not meet every developer’s needs. You can also build a more custom import solution by using the Creative Cloud Libraries, Creative Cloud Files, and Lightroom Photos APIs.