If you're hungry to create unique digital experiences, the iconic Awwwards conference in Amsterdam is the place to be. This year's event, which kicks off today, will see hundreds of designers, web developers and digital thinkers gather to gain insight and expertise on all the latest and greatest developments in the world of digital design – and you can have a front row seat, courtesy of Adobe.
Already helping to shape the future of experience design with its open source prototyping tool Adobe XD, Adobe will host a two-day livestream (opens in new tab) of Awwwards, from 1000 – 1600 (CET)/ 0900 – 1500 (GMT) on the 14 and 15 February, so you can enjoy all the action from the comfort of your own home.
In a line-up you won't want to miss, you'll hear from many of the senior Adobe design team, including Principal Creative Could Evangelist Rufus Deuchler and UX/UI Design Evangelist Stephanie Maier. The Adobe livestream will also feature inspiring talks from leading UX and VR experts, including Active Theory, Moxy, Peter Smart, Anrick Bregman, Simon Widjaja & Ingo Eichel, Clive K. Lavery & Claire- Lise Bengué, and more. Hear their tips for good experience design, ask them questions live online, discover new UX trends and updates in Adobe XD CC.
Register now to watch the Adobe Live session (opens in new tab)
Registering for the Adobe Live session couldn't be easier, simply follow the link above, provide your details and voila! You'll also receive an email reminder before the livestream starts so you don't miss anything.
When? Join Adobe on the 14 and 15 February from 1000 CET/0900 GMT.
Where? The Abobe livestream will be held on Behance.
All of the live sessions will be held in English.
Don't miss the chance to be a part of this inspiring event and connect with the Adobe community. And as an extra bonus, you'll get a recap of all the latest Adobe XD updates requested by the community.
What's new in Adobe XD?
Speaking of XD, whether you're a seasoned user, or someone with an interest in UX design, Adobe XD is the fastest way to design, prototype and share any user experience.
A leading authority in the world of web design, Adobe works closely with the UX community on the continued development of Adobe XD to maintain and enhance its already impressive toolset. Give Adobe XD a try for free today (opens in new tab) and see these key new features in all their glory:
- Voice triggers and speech - Interact with your prototypes like never before. Voice triggers and speech playback let you take users beyond the screen.
- Auto animate in the browser - First launched in October 2018, Auto-Animate is now accessible via web browsers, enabling users to view animations in prototypes and get the animation property values. This will make it easier for designers showcase their designs to stakeholders and other partners.
- Record interactions with audio - The desktop preview app now allows you to record your own voice along with any click-through interactions and share it as an MP4 file (Mac only).
- Voice language and accent support - Since January, 2019 XD allows users across a variety of countries and regions to access voice capabilities and work in multiple languages, including English, French,German, Korean or Japanese. XD also supports regional accents for voice commands with the ability to understand accents in various regions such as English-UK, French-Canadian or Australian. The update also includes a range of personalities and genders.
- View all comments across artboards - Adobe XD also enables you to view all screen comments across artboards. Users can now turn on the All Screen Comments feature in XD, which allows the ability to see all comments made on a prototype in a single list, making it easier than ever to collaborate and share feedback with colleagues and partners.
- Linked Symbols - It’s easier to stay on top of changes when symbols that are copied from one document and pasted into prototypes remain linked. Now when changes are made to the source file, you’ll be notified and have the option to accept updates.