One of the tedious tasks I dread, after creating a brand identity for a client, is documenting the reproduction guidelines for clients to ensure a consistent and polished use of their digital assets afterwards. It would be useful if Adobe offered an application that could import the assets, identify their fonts and colors, identify the proper file type for each use (email signature, web use, print use, etc.), and provide commonly-accepted boilerplate advice on their use. It should include placeholder graphics of potential media (device screens, apparel, signage, etc.) for the designer to illustrate how the brand should be displayed.
Yes, very tedious but very necessary. I have worked on both sides of this issue. If given to the devices of others their creative influence can work havoc on a branding of a company and the identity can be very compromised!
Part of the task that needs to be compensated by the client if they value their I.D.
Thank you for the link, Raj. I submitted my suggestion to Adobe.
Would be cool if it worked with CC Libraries exported to XD and output to a PDF. That would be exciting.