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December 12, 2016 / Digital Imaging

How Facial Recognition and Detection Technology Will Influence Our Creative Future

Facial detection and recognition has evolved from a futuristic fairytale into a central piece of today’s digital, social, and technological landscape. Beyond Facebook and Snapchat, these technologies are transforming the creative process, using image recognition to automate routine tasks and enabling designers, photographers and filmmakers to focus on their creative visions. Here’s a closer look at how facial recognition and detection technology will shape our creative future.

XD Trends
December 1, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Brutalist Web Designers Eschew Rules for UX Best Practices

Most designers promote the ability to create websites that wow and bring your brand to life beautifully. But there is a groundswell of ugly web design that is pushing the boundaries of what is considered worthy design.

XD Trends
November 7, 2016 / UX/UI Design

Cool or Just Common? Blue is the Web’s Most Popular Color

Is the color blue enriching your website, or did you choose a different strategy? If you chose blue, you are not alone.

October 28, 2016

Live Animation is Just Right for International Animation Day

Adobe celebrates International Animation Day 2016. Learn how Dave Werner used augmented reality and live animation to perform the comedy sketch with Silicon Valley Fashion Week host Mustafa Khan and Growly McMonsterpants.

Fan Shirt Merges Technology and Fashion for More Connected Moments

Today’s fashion designers are playing on a much wider creative canvas. Designer and technologist Billie Whitehouse of We:eX (Wearable Experiments) shares her insights on the evolution of fashion and technology — and how the intersection is improving the way we live.

The Art & Science of Making Emoji

Emoji are becoming more and more a part creative expression and communication. So how does an emoji happen? What is the process that goes into designing, standardizing and integrating these characters? One designer close to the process weighs in.