If Adobe made a Keyboard, Simple it will be to improve the productivity of creative people and make it more familiar with shortcuts for improvement.
Adobe is trusted leader in computer software industry, a company for design, and software for creative people. Founded in 1982 since then it becomes one of the largest publishers in design software offering more than 10 products.
But have you ever wondered if Adobe made a keyboard how it will look like?
Brazilian designer Vinicius Araújo created amazing and inspirational futuristic Concept about keyboard called Adobe Keyboard, this is a concept design and it created for creative needs and for better productivity.
If you’re working with Adobe Creative Suite then you are already familiar how much shortcuts you need to know to improve your skills, productivity and time. This is where the concept of Vinicius Araújo is designed to save hours and improving productivity.
A keyboard with stylish LED colors and premium crafted materials, a slim keyboard with useful tools.
This is a sleek low-profile keyboard with function keys available in white and black colors. Thea keyboard was inspired by Apple Product design line however because this is simplly concept design it isnt avaiable for porchase or as an actual product. But we are interesting to see an improvement in the concept or maybe possible an actual product
Araújo’s concept imagines have developer own control methods for some Adobe products using a gamepad and scroll wheel and a small display in the upper right-hand corner what shows which tool is currently active in the software.
Our thoughts are that this is a great and simple keyboard, the slim and low profile make it look a sleek, flat and minimalistic it would be a great peace on the desk but with every product there are negative opinions, for example, the keyboard is bigger and it would be nice if the concept of the keyboard was created more compact for use without wasting much space on the keyboard, other think it would be nice if there are some stylish white backlighting on the keys for more awesome look.
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