My relationship with Adobe began ten years ago when as an insecure, spotty teenager I discovered Photoshop and the magical wonders of the Clone Tool.
Later on, Photoshop became where I created my very first website design before, painstakingly, moving on to Illustrator. I even had a brief romance with Dreamweaver in which I wrote some of my very first code. Though a decade may not seem a lot compared to an entire lifetime it’s been a period of massive change — also within the design field. So with Adobes release of Experience Design, also known as “XD” (which I still read as the laughing smiley), I was very excited and happy to continue on in the Adobe Suite.
But then the day came, a week or so ago, when I opened up Figma.