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From Adobe Fireworks to Protopie

View the original post Some of us remember Fireworks, the first tool I used to create a clickable prototype. However, while Adobe was focusing on its cash cows… Continue reading on UX Planet »

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Porn or Games, What Will Trigger the AR and VR Evolution?

View the original postPorn or Gaming — What Will Trigger the AR and VR Evolution? Every single year, we see a plethora of reports appear about next year’s UX and Design trends. Usually quite generic, and rarely containing novel content. The one trend and career path that has been a part of these lists for years now […]

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My UX Software Killer Combo

View the original postPhoto by Sean Lim on Unsplash I’ve been a user of Adobe software for roughly 13 years, starting out with Photoshop, followed by Illustrator and InDesign. I produced my first wireframes in Illustrator, first prototype in Fireworks, and first website in Dreamweaver and, later on, Muse. Adobe is a company known for providing […]

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Thinking Outside the Chatbox

View the original postTechnology Vector created by upklyak — freepik More and more websites and apps are integrating chat functionalities. These are often connected to a service agent or a scripted bot to resolve simple issues. However, the traditional and confined chatbox is often disconnected from the application, service, or website. We use it to complain, to […]

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How Multimodal Design is Evolving

View the original postCopyright: https://unsplash.com/@fitnish Most bots that we interact with today, whether they’re chatbots or voice assistants, are scripted. In other words, they follow a certain tree structure, unlike AI-powered assistants. Context is King AI assistants are evolving at a rapid pace. In one of my previous articles, which outlines the fundamentals of designing a […]