Adobe CEO Brian Straub on Thursday said he sees a lot of potential for Adobe’s Brick Factory design and a potential for future collaboration with Google, citing a variety of ways it could improve products and create more value for users.
“We’re looking to collaborate with Google in a variety, many of which we haven’t seen before,” Straub said at the Adobe Developer Forum.
“I think one of the most interesting opportunities we’ve seen, and it’s not new, is the opportunity for companies to work together, to collaborate in a very collaborative way.”
Straub said Adobe is looking to leverage the Adobe-Google partnership to bring more value to users.
He also pointed to the fact that Adobe products are already on a more global level than Google’s products, noting that “everywhere, in every market, Adobe products have been in use.”
“In many of the areas we’re exploring in this area, we think we can be better partners,” Straubs said.
“So, if Google is going to come out with an amazing new technology and Adobe comes along with it, I think we’re going to be a good partner in that.”
Google is known for using its search engine to build its products.
But the company has been making moves to create value in the form of advertising revenue.
In the past few years, Google has made strides to offer its products through its AdWords platform, which includes the Google Play store, the Google Shopping platform and other ad services.