This past Monday, Adobe unveiled a new consumer product designed for everyone, a new platform called Creative Cloud Express – from small business owners to social media creators to students and creative pros. The company teamed up with San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle to celebrate the launch of the new product. Kittle and his wife Clare, launched their eyewear collection Zenni last December, and have previously used the tool to create social content for their products and website. We spoke to Kittle about the products, working with Adobe, and more.
San Francisco 49ers George Kittle Talks New Adobe Project
ONE37pm: This is such a great initiative! What attracted you to the Adobe team?
Kittle: One of the coolest things about it is the fact that we live in the Bay area, so all you hear about is all the tech companies. For me, the partnership with Adobe was a no-brainer, along with all of the products which my wife and I have used for business. It’s been great!
ONE37pm: You have also teamed up with your wife Claire to use this Adobe tool for the eyewear business you guys have. Could you talk a little more about that?
Kittle: Yes we have an eyewear business called Zenni, and the Adobe tool has allowed us to design the pages for our pages. For example, we have a pair of Aviator glasses on our site, and we just played around with the design for a while. You can really do whatever. There are so many options!
ONE37pm: How do you feel creators can benefit from this product?
Kittle: Creators can benefit a lot. Adobe has over 175 million Adobe Stock images included in Creative Cloud Express, and tons of colorways. There's an unlimited amount of ways to customize, and I’m not a huge tech-guy! Everything is easy to use, and you can really do anything you want.