The world of UX (user experience) design is critical to navigating the Web, especially via smartphones and tablets. In attempting to make the design process easier, Adobe unveiled a new tool — code named Project Comet — to help manage the tasks of wireframing, visual design, prototyping and previewing, all in one go. The project is geared toward designers responsible for the look and feel of websites across various screen sizes, while keeping a close eye on how content appears in each environment. While it might seem counterintuitive to build a brand new app for that purpose, especially when Adobe already has Dreamweaver and Muse, the company decided against…

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