This process is recommended even if we aren’t designing something big or in the capacity of a designer. Everyone needs to be a “designer” from time to time; from creating a quick personal homepage, a landing page for a new open-source project, or creating nice-looking slides for their next presentation.
To keep this article from turning into a book, we won’t look at each in depth. Instead, this is a taster menu: you can see what’s available, and there are links that I’ve vetted for when you want to learn more.
I feel that the same kind of thing happened a bit later with Photoshop and user interface design. It was the only robust graphics tool that people knew or had access to some years ago, so they started using it for UI design, as well as for illustration