Adobe XD is a Vector based software program for user experience applications. It is used to create prototypes, wireframes, and designs for interactive screen-based applications like websites and mobile apps. This program is a great tool for creating fast design prototypes for screen and mobile based applications created by UI and UX designers. Animation and interactivity features are built into the software that allows users to not only create stunning visual designs for web-based applications, but also turn them into working prototypes that developers can test. In addition, users can also use the app to create videos of themselves using the prototype right within Adobe XD. This allows the ability to show the way they intended the app to be used without any confusion and they can also use these videos to build funding from outside sources showing them the design ideas they plan to implement.
In this course you will learn the following:
The course is intended for people who are user interface and user experience designers, as well as web designers, digital media, and social media content creators.
Adobe XD is a powerful and easy-to-use vector-based experience design platform that gives teams the tools they need to craft the world’s best experiences collaboratively. Available on Mac and Windows systems, XD meets teams where they’re working with cross-platform compatibility.
Adobe XD is designed and built with mobile and web experiences in mind, but the uses for it go much further. Globally, design teams are leveraging the powerful features in Adobe XD for their full experience design process and much more.
From crafting fine interface details like iconography and typography, to striking the perfect layout balance, Adobe XD gives UI designers the tools they need to do their best work. With integrations with other Creative Cloud apps, like Photoshop and Illustrator, assets can be pulled in and placed with ease in Adobe XD. Use XD’s built-in guides to achieve placement precision and tune your design to perfection.
Creating prototypes that represent the look and feel of a real product is critical to creating amazing products. Teams like Microsoft use Adobe XD to prototype and test their experiences with real users to find and fix friction points before building.
From information architecture to layout and prototyping, website design and Adobe XD make a great pair. Leveraging productivity features like Stacks, Padding, and Repeat Grid, concepts and ideas can be brought together with ease to articulate navigation patterns, scrolling, and more for your website.
Designing applications for mobile phones, desktop applications, or even web apps involves dynamic interactions, various navigation patterns, and a range of screen sizes to accommodate. Thanks to features like Responsive Resize, pre-built artboard sizes for common devices, and prototyping features like Auto-Animate and drag triggers, Adobe XD makes light work of crafting app experiences for your next project.
Leveraging components, responsive resize, and Content Aware Layout features like Stacks and Padding makes designing your next marketing campaign within Adobe XD a breeze, saving you time and energy. Easily import assets from Illustrator and Photoshop, and lay out everything from social ads to digital banners and landing pages. Keeping all your deliverables in one place and in sync makes iteration straightforward and ensures consistency in the message.
Plug in a supported blue tooth game controller and take your game interface design to the next level. With support for gamepad triggers, you can map out and test game menus, settings, and other interface elements directly in Adobe XD.
Import game artwork to bring it to life, and have users interact directly with the controller as they would in the real game, before writing a line of code. Learn how DICE used Adobe XD to bring Battlefield V to life.
Experience design involves a broad spectrum of design, from ideation to deliveying production ready assets. Wherever you and your team are working in the process, Adobe XD gives you the tools to get from idea to prototype at the speed of thought.
Adobe XD is a one-stop app, from wireframes all the way to handing off to developers. Anyone can open a design and immediately grasp what the end experience will feel like. Adobe XD enables us to work a lot more efficiently and collaborate more effectively with our team and clients alike.
Adobe XD is a powerful and easy-to-use vector-based experience design platform that gives teams the tools they need to craft the world’s best experiences collaboratively. From ideation to asset delivery, Adobe XD delivers time-saving features and workflows to help you to focus on creating. XD will open and load the Illustrator content into a new XD file, creating all the artboards, paths and layers.
What’s important to remember is that Adobe XD addresses the two main problems Photoshop and other graphics applications couldn’t:
Interaction design isn’t static. A designer cannot communicate a fluid and dynamic design using pixels alone.
A modern design process involves more than a polished finished article. Wireframing, iteration, and behavior are all part of the collaborative decision making with UI and UX design.
Adobe XD is ideal for vector-based UI design, wireframing, interactive design, prototyping, and hi-fidelity web/app design, for solo designers or whole teams.
Among Adobe XD’s features we can find the following:
Prototyping design tools
Animations and transition design
Components (which are completely fluid)
Support for 3rd party plugins and extensions
Responsive resizing of content and layout
You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.