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XD Community Activation
September 5, 2017 / UX/UI Design

Make It Impactful: Adobe Experience Design CC (Beta)

See how two designers used Adobe XD to create a simple webpage design. Then try it yourself for a chance to win.

XD Product Updates
May 23, 2016 / UX/UI Design

May Update of Adobe Experience Design CC

On behalf of the whole XD team at Adobe, I’m thrilled to announce that our May update for Adobe Experience Design CC is ready for you to download. First of all, thank you for all your feedback, both positive and constructive!

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?

XD Product Updates
April 25, 2016 / UX/UI Design

April Update of Adobe Experience Design CC

We are excited to announce the first update of Adobe Experience Design CC since our public preview. The team has been speeding ahead on some of the top voted features by our design community.

XD Events
April 21, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Creative Jam Challenges Designers to Reduce Portland’s Carbon Footprint

A hackathon of sorts for designers, Adobe Creative Jams bring together local creatives to tackle a design challenge in teams. Our recent Jam in Portland was held at XOXO Outpost in the city’s east side. We took over 13,000 square feet of industrial space and continued the venue’s tradition of making creative things happen.

XD Best Practices
April 14, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Building Empowering Style Guides with Practical Research

Creators strive to create useful, empowering products for users, and a style guide is no different. Done well, a style guide is a resource that all its users – developers, designers, partners, and more – should find useful. So how do you ensure your efforts in developing a style guide don’t go to waste?