Adobe has partnered with Google News to create a “news design portfolio” for all its products.
The portfolio includes all the news content that’s published on the web, as well as an image of the cover of the article and the publisher, with a short bio for each article.
“You’ll see that this is a news portfolio,” Adobe told The Verge.
“And what we’re looking for in this portfolio is the ability to put your work in the public domain.”
The company’s press release also notes that it’s an effort to “create a new way for users to consume and engage with news content.”
In short, the idea is that it would make it easier for you to create an identity that can be found on other web pages.
It’s the sort of thing that Google News is already doing for its news articles, but with more emphasis on the fact that users should be able to find what they’re looking to see on Google.