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Exporting Images in Multiple Resolutions Simultaneously

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No surprise to any of y'all: screens come in a whole lot of different sizes and pixel densities these days. The technology behind dealing with that is catching up. For example, responsive images. So, we need software to help us generate those many vers...

Adobe XD: What Can You Expect?

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Last year, Adobe announced what might be its most ambitious venture till date: Project Comet, an end to end prototyping, user experience and design tool that claims to be capable enough to solve all your designing needs. Under steady development, Proje...

Adobe XD: What Can You Expect?

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Last year, Adobe announced what might be its most ambitious venture till date: Project Comet, an end to end prototyping, user experience and design tool that claims to be capable enough to solve all your designing needs. Under steady development, Proje...

An Interview with Libby Nicholaou on Creative Residency

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I met Libby years ago from running into her at conferences. She was with Typekit and would be at the conference bringing their their super cool “pop up library” full of typographic books. She’s still at Adobe now, but running the Adobe Creative R...

Adobe Has Released A Fix For Creative Cloud File Deletion Problem

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Adobe has released a fix for the file deletion problem that had surfaced with the last update of Adobe Creative Cloud, and users are encouraged to install the fix at the earliest, in order to prevent loss of crucial files. Last week, following the upda...

Adobe Announces Updates for Muse and Animate CC

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Adobe has recently announced the release of major updates to three of its apps: Animate CC, Muse CC and Bridge CC. All of these applications have been overhauled and are now ready for download. Adobe Animate CC is, basically, a revamped version of Flas...