Preserving our muse: Heritage and legacy in modern design
As design moves from a tactical aesthetic role to a foundation of strategic business (UX), creating modern, user-friendly tools matters more than ever. Jamie Myrold talks about the lessons we can learn from designs of the past, and how we can honour the legacy of those lessons in modern design.
As Vice President of Adobe Design, Jamie Myrold has led large-scale design efforts at Adobe for more than ten years, leading the company’s development of the next generation of design tools. Her experience goes beyond restructuring and redesigning applications, but to redefining Adobe’s design business as well. In her role, Jamie aims to inspire the next wave of design leaders, encouraging her teams to push boundaries and develop leadership skills to define guidelines that help with all aspects of business strategy and product creation.