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ArcGIS® Maps for Adobe® Creative Cloud®

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:


User Community Forums:

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



The new 1.2 (March 2018) release of ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud includes the following updates:

- Ability to add KML files
- Better support for non-English running Adobe applications
- New Imperial units-based Scale Bar
- Ability to change the default download/sync location
- An updated mapboard editing experience; including:

・quicker access to width, height and scale settings
・a pick list of Adobe's preset document sizes
・the ability to unlock and lock mapboards
・access to ArcGIS Online and Living Atlas web maps
・a setting to better honor sizing mapboards based on scale or page size

See a demo of the new features:

Use subject to license agreement:

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

- Sign in using your email address 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 access using your email address allows access to public ArcGIS Online content. It also provides the ability to find and add local data, define map visualizations, and download data as artwork layers.

With your ArcGIS Online account, you have access to public, organizational, and premium content. It also provides advanced control over visualization and downloading of artwork layers.