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iOS 7 Mac icon project: Adobe Bridge CC & Adobe Flash Pro CC

We storm on towards the final Adobe apps in the latest iOS 7-inspired icons

icon comparison

Another day, another two icons. I’m right at the end of the Adobe apps now, with just two more to go, so I’m powering on and trying to get them done before the end of the week so I can start something fresh on Monday.

Today is Adobe Bridge (which has been requested again in the last few days) and Adobe Flash Professional. Bridge is a big one, as I know a lot of people use it daily, but Flash Pro I only really designed because I liked the colours involved. Still, the whole set is starting to look really nice.


Grab the two icons below, and as ever, check back through previous posts in the project to pick up the rest of the icons. For the Adobe set there is now Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, Dreamweaver, Muse and the Creative Cloud icon. Tomorrow I’ll finish off the Adobe apps, and you’ll then be able to download all of the icons in one go.

Adobe Bridge Adobe Flash Professional