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 industry-standard software, especially its cash cow Photoshop that has been going strong for 30 years now.
They keep innovating, releasing new features and software, and are not afraid to kill or replace tools, such as Flash, which has been replaced by Animate. In this article, we won’t be talking about Adobe’s
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