Adobe expert Paul Trani shows how to import assets directly from other apps like Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
- You can also copy and paste from other apps,…even from the web into Adobe XD.…And that's what I'm going to do here.…I'm in Illustrator CC and I actually happen to have this…logo and this logo actually has a radial gradient on it.…So if you want a radial gradient on your design,…you can always create it in Illustrator,…select it, copy it, go into XD like I'm doing now,…and then paste it in and here and…I have my logo with a radial gradient.…
In fact, if there was text in here,…or any colors, or even an image,…it will all come in just fine.…Let's go beyond that 'cause let's say for instance,…if you're working in Photoshop,…here I'm in Photoshop and I just have basically…everything selected, "Command + A",…"Control + A" if you're on a PC.…And then you can copy merged.…So I'm copying all the pixels for all the layers.…It's copying this complete composition.…
Same thing if I was on the web,…I can right click and copy an image and then go into XD…and in this case "Edit + Paste" and here's my image…as I adjust accordingly, we'll have him looking at the logo.…
- Drawing and importing shapes and graphics
- Using the new color tools
- Editing area text
- Using layers
- Creating and editing symbols
- Previewing on a device
- Previewing in a browser and adding comments
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 12/21/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover creating and importing; using layout grids and UI resources; working with assets; prototyping; and reviewing and exporting.