It’s hard to imagine this week that Creative Lab, the new home for developers, was founded by an employee of Apple, but that’s exactly what it is.

The Apple-backed company’s founders are co-founders and CTO Adam Sessler and COO Daniel Stumpf, and the two have been part of the company for almost a year.

In addition to Stumpff, the company’s other co-founder is former Apple execs David Filion and Rob Levenson.

Sessler and Stumpfer founded Creative Labs, which launched in late June.

The idea for Creative Labs came from their time at Apple.

It was one of many ideas that Apple had thrown around for the new “Creative Lab,” including the Apple Watch, an app store for developers and the upcoming iPad Pro.

“Apple and the tech industry have been really cool to work with,” Stumpfe said in a phone interview.

“We’re very excited about the possibilities that Apple is bringing to the table.”

Creative Labs is focused on a range of projects, from software and design, to game and entertainment.

Its main product is the Apple-made Creative Studio, which can help you create a creative project for any platform.

It’s one of the few creative products that Apple does not charge for.

The app store is another feature that Creative Labs will help to bring to developers, allowing them to download and try the apps on iOS and macOS.

Apple also plans to make some changes to its business models, including the ability for developers to sell products to third-party stores, such as Amazon and eBay.

Sledge said that he sees the app store as a way to make money from the apps that are built by Apple.

“What we do is sell the content to the people who have the most engaged users,” he said.

“It’s a way of getting them to spend money on apps.

If you’re trying to monetize the content and get users to buy something, you want to be able to get them to buy more stuff.”

In the past, the app stores for the iPhone and iPad have been used by hundreds of thousands of people each month.

But they’ve struggled to generate revenue.

Apple has been reluctant to share revenue from app sales, even as it has been spending billions on the new App Store.

Stumpfe told Recode that he was excited to be part of an ecosystem that is focused not just on software but also on software development.

“The more that you build apps, the more revenue you’ll get,” he added.