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Sr. Experience Designer at Adobe

If you are a developer building anything using Adobe technology, you have likely used the Adobe Developer Console at some point in your process. Whether you’re creating an Adobe XD plugin and distributing it, getting API keys, or setting up the ability to call events, the Developer Console is the place to go to get everything you need.

Abstract illustration of hand holding a box that is opening with sparkles coming out.
Abstract illustration of hand holding a box that is opening with sparkles coming out.

When the Developer Ecosystem team set out to reimagine the Developer Console experience, its experience designers were tasked with creating a new look and feel for it. The goal was to create an experience that would allow room to grow for Adobe’s…


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DESIGNERS SHOULD LEARN HOW TO CODE.

I fully support the recent movement of convincing designers that learning basic code is important. I agree with a lot of (definitely not all) the reasoning behind it. This day and age, most designers will be creating work for interactive experiences at some point. A designer that knows how to code can communicate with a developer more efficiently than a designer that does not know how to code. Communication is a huge factor in every successful project. I work on a small team where my primary role…

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