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Joshua Miller

Joshua Miller

UI & Interaction Design Joined over 2 years ago

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  • 124 comments
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  • Posted to Ask DN: Black Friday 2017, any deals for designers?, in reply to Paula Borowska , Nov 22, 2017

    https://designcode.io/ just went to $30!

    4 points
  • Posted to Must have iPhone apps for designers, Nov 06, 2017
    • Prototyping — Framer, Invision, Adobe XD
    • UX Lookup — UX Recipe, UX Assist, UX Alphabet, UX Companion,
    • Communication — Airmail, Outlook for iOS is nice too, Slack,
    • Misc — Oak (meditation), Google Assistant, Airtable, Ifttt
    • From Phone to Computer — Adobe Capture
    • Keeping up w/ the Joneses — Product Hunt, Instapaper, Unread (rss)
    • Journaling – Day One
    • Camera — Halide Camera, VSCO, Google Motion Stills
    • Podcasts — Pocketcasts or Overcast
    • Gaming — I really like the mechanics of Drag 'n' Boom lately, Oceanhorn is another classic

    Also, don't forget about the Messages specific app store — animoji is just the icing on the cake of other random GIF apps, etc built into iMessage now

    1 point
  • Posted to Zeplin announced Adobe XD integration, Oct 20, 2017

    Well someone has to have a handoff feature! :D

    0 points
  • Posted to Adobe XD 1.0, in reply to Marc Edwards , Oct 19, 2017

    I agree we need useful button UI and systemic behaviors in our designing software. Once again, it was a Sensei prototype demo that I hope answers the question of how an arthritic ridden hand that can’t operate a mouse still designs or opens up the creative world to the blind. Accessible design is the best design. Sure, AI is in it’s in infancy now, but we couldn’t have imagined CSS export 20 years ago in tools which is now the new baseline. Perhaps this is one reason IDEO purchased an AI company? I’m not saying these other tools aren’t beneficial in today’s landscape. Every product has to ship - full featured or not. But, when does the computer finally start becoming more predictive and more intuitive?

    1 point
  • Posted to Adobe XD 1.0, in reply to Marc Edwards , Oct 19, 2017

    Define essential as a quantitative measurement and a config file to a computer - then with voice recognition or a gesture resize infinite shapes at once. You’re right about the design community at large thinking essential in today’s world gets my paycheck and meets my current needs. But why reinvent Photoshop just rebranded as XD? Is InVision really solving the real problem for creative tooling by making another Sketch? Sensei and AI in general will bring the next 10 years of essential.

    1 point
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, in reply to Alex Chan , Oct 19, 2017

    Thanks! They changed the time stamp after the event

    0 points
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, in reply to Liam Wheaton , Oct 19, 2017

    Why so Liam? Fake news? Did you see the sensei demo today from Max? https://9to5mac.com/2017/10/18/adobe-max-2017-sensei-machine-learning-voice-assistant-facial-recognition/

    An intelligent automated solution is the next in innovation. Otherwise we’re still drawing the same squares we have been for the past 20 years.

    1 point
  • Posted to Adobe XD 1.0, Oct 19, 2017

    No one else mentions in the comments so I will, did you see the Adobe Sensei demo with XD during Max today? Details https://9to5mac.com/2017/10/18/adobe-max-2017-sensei-machine-learning-voice-assistant-facial-recognition/

    Tl;dr It was truly revolutionary and not another invention of Sketch/ Photoshop. The demo was using a voice assistant to take an iPad prototype and say “make iPhone 8 designs.” Then the assistant spit out the same design in every art board with suggested layouts for the new design. It utilized an intelligent design assistant to facilitate an entire new set of art boards that then perfectly wired up into a shareable prototype. Automation and AI are the next ten years of design tooling, so 2017 isn’t even on Adobe’s radar. Let’s see Sketch, Figma or any other new product do something this amazing http://www.adobe.com/sensei.html

    8 points
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, in reply to Philip Lester , Oct 18, 2017

    Adobe is on the brink of an AI revolution with creative tooling yet we’re fussing over drawing squares — https://twitter.com/Adobe/status/920714900401373185 — machine learning and automated processes are the future for both accessibility and creating a computing assistant for design. Not pixel pushing.

    What I mean by this is designing at the speed of thought is the ultimate goal no matter what input method we're using.

    1 point
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, Oct 18, 2017

    Adobe literally just showed off Sensei (their AI) and how it works with XD here > https://max.adobe.com — (Sensei demo starts around 2:09:00 in the day 1 video) — one click the demo displayed "show me iPhone 8 layouts" from an iPad layout already created and the system output automagically new iPhone layouts + a wired click through prototype.

    https://twitter.com/Adobe/status/920714900401373185 — machine learning and automated processes are the future for both accessibility and creating a computing assistant for design. Not pixel pushing.

    1 point
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