2017 Dreamweaver And Git
2017 On Using Hero Images
A hero image, the first image that your site visitors will usually come across, is more than just a pretty picture; it's also a powerful communication tool. The Adobe XD Team has just posted some invaluable insight into how to effectively use hero images.
2017 Adobe State Of Create Study
The Adobe State of Create 2016 study is an important read, chock full of important data on the role of creativity in business, trends in education, global imperatives, and more. I was looking for the study today, and am posting the link so I have it on hand for future (and so that you can find it easily, too).
2017 Mobile Navigation Design Patterns
Once someone starts using your mobile app, they need to know where to go and how to get there at any point. Good navigation is a vehicle that takes users where they want to go. But establishing good navigation is a challenge on mobile due to the limitations of the small screen and the need to prioritize content over chrome. Different navigation patterns have been devised to solve this challenge in different ways, but they all suffer from a variety of usability problems. The XD Team has posted an article that examines five basic navigation patterns for mobile apps and describes the strengths and weaknesses of each of them.
2017 All About Auto-Ground Plane In Project Felix
The Project Felix team has posted a great article on how the Auto-Ground Plane feature came to be.
2017 How Project Felix Use Customer Input
2017 Adobe XD March Update
2017 Adobe Stock Celebrates 3,000,000 Videos
Well, that was quick. A few months ago I noted that Adobe Stock (which most people only associate with stock images and photographs) was celebrating its 2,000,000th video. And now the team is celebrating the 3,000,000th video!
2017 Adobe XD Update
Looks like I missed the Adobe XD February Update, but better late than never. New to Adobe XD are enhancements to the Windows version, pinned comments, sharing, scrollable artboards, SVG export, and more.
2017 Adobe and Disney Announce Emoji Contest For Students
Students aged 18 to 24 years old, here's your chance to see how Disney and Adobe pros make magic. Five grand prize winners will win a five-day trip to Los Angeles, California where they'll meet with the team behind Disney's "As Told By Emoji" video series. To enter, make an emoji of a Disney character. Here are all the details.