I'm in my 6th and (hopefully) final year of uni.
I've had the chance to play with design as a process and look for different ways to identify and solve someone's everyday problem. During this time, I can tell I've grown a lot. I can't really measure how lucky I've been during the past 5 years or so but I'm very aware a good part of that has been about being at the right time and places, getting to know people and making choices that really matter.
Most recently I decided to delve in exploring digital mediums and even started uploading some web and interface work to this constantly unfinished website. For most of the work I'll be updating, I used Sketch by Bohemian coding.
It is a fantastic tool and I highly recommend anyone interested in digital/web/ui/ux fields to try it. Sketch is very easy to use and get organized on creating screens, but what I really miss is prototyping with it. I usually used Axure for a quick and dirty trial of ideas but it just never felt right.
So this week I got the a e-mail invite from Adobe to alpha test their new tool, Project Comet, as you may heard of. I've played with it for a bit but no commets (bad pun intended) so far.
Expect me to get back to this post soon.
Edit: Adobe kindly asked to remove my personal thoughts on their private alpha, so you'll be able to try it yourself next week with the launch of Adobe XD as it'll be called.