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Made You Look Twice: Playing with Perspectives and Materials

We’re exploring artists who use perspectives, angles, materials and textures in unexpected ways, including photographer Rich McCor and designer Alex Palazzi.

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Artist Spotlight: Mirae Kim

Mirae Kim, our July featured artist of the month has two goals. To make people happy with her art, and to become the designer who uses pink the most. We find out how she's working to achieve them both... with fantastic results!

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Project Felix 0.3: 3-D Compositing Made Even Easier

Project Felix 0.3 is here. We’ve added and improved features that speed up your workflow, like outdoor lighting, bookmarks to save your place in a 3-D space, and faster rendering times.

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What to expect when converting Flash to HTML5

We had the pleasure recently of connecting with interactive software engineer Joseph Labrecque to learn more about his thoughts on Animate CC, converting Flash to HTML5 and what type of content should be converted.

July 25, 2017 / UX/UI Design

How to Keep Your Design Brain Happy – Find the Inspiration You Need, Relax, and Get Things Done

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Made You Look Twice: Playing with Perspectives and Materials

We’re exploring artists who use perspectives, angles, materials and textures in unexpected ways, including photographer Rich McCor and designer Alex Palazzi.

Virtual Reality: The User Experience of Story

VR is a storytelling superpower. No other medium has the quite the same potential to create empathy and drive human connection.

To Get Great Marketing Results, You Need Great Design

Great design is an essential element of great marketing — design anchored in a strong brand identity that carries through every touchpoint. Give your marketing design a boost and promote your business with these essential marketing materials.

July 20, 2017

Baby Boomers and Design: How to Turn the 55+ Audience Into Loyal Fans

The 50+ population spends $3.2 trillion annually, 50 percent of consumer expenditures. How should you and your clients design for this audience? Adobe has assembled a virtual panel of experts, most Baby Boomers themselves, to share their insights.