A few of us from Unleashed Technologies are attending Adobe MAX to strengthen our knowledge of the Adobe Creative Cloud and Digital Publishing Suite solutions. At today's general session, Adobe provided a visually stunning and knowledge-packed two-hour session to outline the new upgrades it's making to "combine the physical and digital design worlds". If you have a couple hours, I highly recommend that you grab some popcorn and watch the "Adobe Magic", as the company calls it, unfold. If you don't have that kind of time, allow me to recap three cool new features that struck me as game-changing. There are certainly more and I'm not even beginning to touch the surface, but these are my favorites.

If you’ve decided to redesign your website, you may be tempted to jump right into compositions and get that new design launched. Not so fast. Throughout the redesign process, there are several steps along the way where you should leverage user experience testing to ensure the redesign is effective and meets its stated goals.

In a market as competitive as footwear and apparel, an online shopping experience for any brand must be sharp, device friendly, and attention grabbing. The New Balance store has achieved just that with their recent store redesign. There are many factors that set this store design apart from competitors like Nike, Under Armour or Adidas.

There was a time not too long ago when it seemed that the coolest gadgets were the smallest. As technology advanced, we were able to jam more memory and power into smaller and smaller devices.

As we continue to gravitate towards a mobile focused culture, web site design companies are more encouraged to focus on creating a mobile-friendly experience for their site users. Many people still wonder why you need a responsive website and why mobile first responsive design is such a growing trend but there are several reasons to leverage it in web design.