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Extensibility in Action: How a Bespoke XD Plugin Transformed the Premiere Rush Design Process

Rob Kleiman
Jul 29 · 8 min read

When timelines get tedious for designers

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Finding a workable solution

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Creating the plugin

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“It only took the team a few weeks to write the code and refine it into a usable plugin, but now saves us time every single day we are designing Rush.”

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From idea to indispensable

Representing real scenarios

Routine maintenance

Looking toward the future


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Rob Kleiman

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Strategist, writer & community builder based in NYC. Informing and engaging a global community of creative technologists. Developer Experience Team @ Adobe

Adobe Tech Blog

News, updates, and thoughts related to Adobe, developers, and technology.

Rob Kleiman

Written by

Strategist, writer & community builder based in NYC. Informing and engaging a global community of creative technologists. Developer Experience Team @ Adobe

Adobe Tech Blog

News, updates, and thoughts related to Adobe, developers, and technology.

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