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I highly suggest using Photoshop, it is generally easy to use once you understand it.
There’s currently a plugin on Roblox that allows you to make your UI’s smooth and round, meaning if you’re looking for cartoony/low-poly UI’s, this is the plugin for you.
A very useful plugins, thanks you so much, it will help me so much with my UI
I don’t actually use any dedicated UI editing plugins at all - I’ve always found them to slow me down as a professional UI creator. For beginners, I imagine there’s probably some nice plugins to help ease you into the experience, but the only one I have to recommend is my own plugin Reclass. It’s really useful for converting between TextButtons, Frames, ImageLabels, in fact anything you’d like - it’s based on the actual Roblox API so it’s always up to date without having to install plugin updates
As for software, I personally use Figma (free online design tool, very powerful) and paint.net (Windows program that’s absolutely awesome for image editing, also free!), though you won’t be able to get the latter if you’re on a Mac.
I found a program called adobe xd I didn’t used it myself but I think I will in the future maybe this will help you
Adobe XD is more targeted towards web development, (they’re still user interfaces but yeah). You can get the same tool and feel from Adobe XD to any other Adobe Products (Photoshop, Illustrator). You’re kind of restricted to the modern-ish style with Adobe XD, so I would say to go for the other two.
All and all, they all function pretty much the same, Photoshop and Illustrator just has more tools to help you with designing in general (lighting, et cetera).
Personally myself, I use Paint.NET + Illustrator (illustrator for designing, paint.NET to put stuff together). I’ve been stuck with using Illustrator and Paint.NET for ages and I’m too used to it, it also depends on the artist themselves. Go with what you’re used to.
If you want to keep it simple, modern, easy then you can go for tools like XD or Figma.
Figma is definitely great! It works a lot like Adobe XD (even better imo), but it’s cross-platform (in your browser) so you can even design on the go.