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XD Workplace Leadership
March 22, 2017 / UX/UI Design

How to Stay Innovative After Acquisition: Insights from the Former COO of Behance

Just over four years ago, William Allen was working as the COO at Behance when Adobe acquired the company. Allen has continued his work at Adobe, now a Senior Director overseeing Behance, 99U and Adobe Portfolio. In the tech world, that kind of commitment to a gig post-acquisition is a rarity, and it’s also a testament to how both companies handled the acquisition and transition. Today, Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work.

March 14, 2017 / Education

Creativity Matters: Teaching Process While Encouraging Experimentation

At SXSWedu, Tacy Trowbridge,worldwide lead for education programs at Adobe, Dr. Keith Sawyer, scientific expert on creativity, and Villy Wang, founder of BAYCAT, led an interactive session on teaching creativity. We rounded up insights from the session.

XD Best Practices
February 15, 2017 / UX/UI Design

9 Rules for Designing Mindfully

Liza Kindred recently took the keynote stage at IxDA’s Interaction 17 conference, and shared 9 rules for designing mindfully.

Adobe MAX
October 26, 2016

Introducing the 2016 Adobe MAX Insiders

We’re excited to introduce this inspiring group of creatives from around the world that we’ve invited to be this year’s Adobe MAX Insiders program.

XD Best Practices
May 12, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Four Ways to Make UI Design More Human

Technology has worked its way into every part of our lives. From our cars to our bodies, we are constantly connected to devices that aim to simplify and track everything we do. We not only want, but expect, technology that seamlessly adapts to the structure of our daily lives. At Collision Conference, the founder and principal designer at New Deal Design, Gadit Amit, shared how technology can shape a more personal future.

XD Best Practices
May 10, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Why Ego is the Nemesis of Good Design (And What to Do About It)

There are tons of people out there who think they are brilliant designers despite never doing any professional design work. But that doesn’t stop them from having an opinion when it comes to design. How can you change your design process so your work isn’t torn apart at the presentation stage?