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?
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.
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?
Join us on Adobe’s Twitch channel March 15th, 16th, and 17th for exclusive content from industry leaders on Experience Design. UX and UI designers will share their knowledge and creative process, creating user interfaces live with Photoshop CC and Project Comet.
A Designer’s Dream: How UX Designer Jason Robinson is Using Award-Winning Comp CC to Create “Legitimate Magic”
What makes Comp CC a designer’s best friend? We asked UX and graphic designer Jason Robinson. Read on for his take.
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.