When I first joined Adobe as a designer, we made the bulk of our contributions towards the end of the software development process, functioning merely as decorators on major releases that would come once every year or two. As a discipline, we had little opportunity to effect real change in the company.

Things are very different now. Over the past few years, we’ve turned design into a true center of excellence at the company, and it’s transforming the Adobe that most people thought they knew.

Adobe’s cloud-first strategy has opened up the door to more than just much faster, web-based distribution of our indispensable products like Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, InDesign and more. It also makes possible a whole new array of tools and services for people in all walks of life: from the electronic workflow of Document Cloud, to the marketing prowess of Experience Cloud, to new ways of thinking about creativity in apps like Adobe XD and Adobe Dimension.

In all of these efforts, it’s designers who are illuminating the path forward. That’s because more than ever, all of us at Adobe know that we’re creating software for a world where design is valued at every level, in every detail. This conviction about the essential nature of design is what makes this the most exciting time to work at Adobe in my many years here.

This is why, for the first time ever, the design team has put forward a public presence in the form of this website, adobe.design. I hope you’ll take a moment to look around and see for yourself what we’re doing and thinking as we undertake the challenges facing the design profession in the coming years.

And if you’re excited by what you see, about the possibilities inherent in creating tools that amplify the world’s ability to create and communicate, then let’s talk! Adobe Design is growing and we have a wide range of open roles for designers like yourself who want to take part in a truly amazing, design-led transformation.

Thanks for stopping by!

Jamie Myrold VP of Design

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