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.
We’re very excited to announce the latest release of Dreamweaver CC with support for Git, a modern solution for developers working collaboratively.
In order to leverage the latest technologies and industry standards, future versions of Adobe Bridge CC (starting in Q2 2017) will support HTML 5 plug-ins based on the Adobe Common Extensibility Platform (CEP), and will end support for Flash/ActionScript based plug-ins.
A recent industry study named Dreamweaver CC the overwhelming favorite HTML editor for designing and developing HTML emails. And not by a little: Dreamweaver was preferred by greater than twice as the nearest competitor.
Copy, text, words – regardless of what you call them, these are central aspects of most web user experiences. Yes, we are seeing a rise of conversational and voice interfaces, but the written word is going to continue to play a key role in how we experience the web.
I’ve worked at many different companies as a sole designer and with many different types of designers. Five years ago, the trend was to have specialization in design; visual designers, user experience designers, user interface designers, information architects and product designers.