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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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Color Fonts Coming to Illustrator CC

We're excited to let you know that color fonts (OpenType-SVG) will be coming soon to the next update of Illustrator CC.

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Adobe XD Events

Where in the world is the Adobe XD team headed to next? We've rounded-up a list of the events you can find someone from the Adobe XD at in the near future. Hope to see you there!

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July 19, 2017 / UX/UI Design

UXperts Weigh In: Designs We Love, July Edition

No matter what you’re up to, our UXperts have some great suggestions for you. Here are the websites and apps they’re loving right now, and their thoughts on why they make excellent examples of UX design.

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July 19, 2017

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.

July 18, 2017

Make It Impactful: Project Felix

Learn how to enter the Make It Impactful contest, which lets you try out Project Felix, Adobe’s new tool for compositing 3D and 2D assets into photorealistic images.

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Fantastic Close to Reality Experience Products

5 fantastic, yet very real, experience products that are slowly bringing magic into our lives and are completely changing the way we live, learn and entertain.

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Which Product Do I Use to Create That?

When you’ve got a new project on your hands, you probably ask yourself, “Which design product should I use to make this?” To help you get started, we’ve created an easy reference for some of the most common design projects.

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July 17, 2017 / UX/UI Design

The Superhero Designer: Using Design Skills To Solve Pressing Problems

A growing number of design professionals are looking beyond their own lives when it comes to using their tools for good. A recent post on Y Combinator’s Hacker News section asks the question, “What pressing world problems should a graphic designer work on?” The response has been immense.