My Tool Box
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Dimension ...
Adobe After Effects, Premiere, Media Encoder, Cinema 4D, Blender ...
UI / UX
Adobe XD, Figma, Sketch, InVison, Zeplin, Principle ...
Wordpress, Webflow, Wix, Squarespace, NicePage ...
Words to live by
“It’s the everyday work of a designer that requires your focus, your intuition, your curiosity, and your love.”
Adobe Tool Box
Photoshop is the demanding skill for a designer, I have been working with it since 2011.
Illustrator is a vector graphics editor designed to scale as big as you wish without losing the quality.
If you plan to design a book and work with all the content layout, this is the tool you must go for.
This is the tool for making a video and the after-effects for that video. Of course not just after-effects.
Thinking about editing a long video? Starting a Vlog habit? This is the tool for you and it will lead your way.
If you are like me, a heavy user with Adobe, then your best UI / UX design tool must be Adobe XD.
Web Design Tool Box
Interactive web design is one of the focus where I create a design for websites that uses many software, modules, or features aimed at improving the user experience.
Wordpress is the largest free CMS platform. My website is build with wordpress, and It is worth trying.
Squarespace have nice and clean looking templets but you also lose a lot of freedom. But your site will look nice.
I have tried Webflow and it is so far the favorite tool when comes build websites. It gives you freedon but hard to learn.
Wix has freehand position and it can be very creative. But you can messup things really easily too.
UI / UX Tool Box
Along with my journey of developing good user experience, I also focued on building great UI. Here are some tools I have tried.
- Adobe XD
Motion Tool Box
Motion is one of the thing I really enjoy of doing and trying to learn as always. With the growth of video content created today, motion has become more and more powerful.
Working on the concept is the first step. This can be done with illustration, photography and any metrial you chose.
After Effects is your best friend if you want to do 2D Motion. Any Adobe file can be transform into Ae and make it move.
Next step is to move on your style frames, where you can see clearly the video is going to look like.
The industry stander of 3D Motion is Cinema 4D, but you can use Blender, Maya, 3D Max if you are more familiar with it.