The first event at our sleek new Prague offices is over, and we couldn't have picked a better topic and speaker! Flying in from San Francisco, we welcomed back Tom Krcha from Adobe, who was the guest speaker at our Silicon Valley Insights event in November. We held last week’s exclusive Designer’s Meetup at our fancy seventh-floor Scrollbar, which boasts stunning panoramic views of the city’s skyline.
The intimate event focused on Tom’s “baby” -- Experience Design CC, formerly known as Project Comet, which officially launched in March. The “baby” has grown a bit since Tom’s fall visit to STRV.
Tom put together a demo of Adobe XD (as it’s now called), which is used for designing and prototyping mobile and web projects. He took us through some of the features and also gave us a peek under the Adobe hood to unveil some of the new stuff the company will be rolling out soon.
We don't have a video this time, but we have some pictures! Check them out here!
We're already preparing another design-related event. But first, we will be in Bratislava on Friday and Saturday. Stop by our workshop or meet us at the ByDesign conference. And if you cannot make it to Slovakia, we will do a short version of the workshop in Brno on June 2. You can find more information here. We are also planning to do one in Prague. We haven’t set the date yet, but if you follow us on Facebook, you will definitely not miss the info!
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