I have a strong proficiency in these technologies and I’ve used them to create several real-world products and concept applications for both clients and businesses alike which is why I’m confident that these technologies are here to stay.
Figma is getting a big momentum nowadays as different companies now require their designers use the system basically due to its powerful collaboration capability
The Adobe XD is a great tool for product designers and its highly intuitive. It's extremely simple user interface makes designing easy and funky and most of all, it's 100% free.
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This is one of the oldest and most iconic photo manipulating tool out there. Ridden with innumerable features and it can be used for website design, UI/UX as well as other elements needed in your designs.
As a User Experience designer, you need to be able to create sketches, illustrations and sitemaps of your the product you're making and that's why you need the intuitive free tool called Draw.IO. It's entirely free and allow you export your output in different formats which can be easily shared
Sketch is more like the aforementioned tools such as Adobe XD and Figma. It's a great tool and it doesn't matter your level of expertise in the field because it's intuitive and interesting.
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When I first stumbled upon this tool back in 2018, I fell in love with it straight away because of the fact that it integrates directly within the powerful presentation tool - Microsoft Powerpoint. It's a great plug-and-play solution that can get everything done in few clicks.
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To quickly create still designs with little effort, you can count on Canva to get this done for you. The ultra simple layout makes it easy for complete noobs to use without having to read hundreds of manuals just to design a small element.
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