There are 6,000 ways of doing everything and in this video, the author uses everything covered in this chapter to pull the project together.
- [Instructor] In approaching this challenge,…the first thing I do is just sort of…take a look at what I need.…Well, I need a nav bar here,…and I can get that over in the UI kits.…And then if I roll over these little strips here,…you'll notice that, if I click on it,…it's a repeat grid,…so this is going to make my life a ton easier.…So to get started, I work my way down the art board.…I'm going to select the gray bar…on the main art board, hold down the shift key,…select the nav bar text.…And come over to the Wu Han art board and do the same thing.…
And then just press delete.…Now I can come over to the UI kit,…and because this is an iPhone 6,…I can use the Apple iOS kit,…and I'm looking for a white status bar,…and there's one right here in the control center.…So I select the status bar, copy it to the clipboard,…command C on a Mac, control C on a PC.…And I can close this,…and here's what I just love about working with XD.…If you select an art board,…it'll just paste it right in place.…
So there's command V or control V on the PC,…
- Navigating the XD interface
- Using artboards and grids
- Adding content to layers
- Using the Repeat Grid feature
- Adding interactivity to a project
- Exporting content
- Sharing your work
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Experience Design
2. Going from Concept to Interactive Prototype
3. Working with Images and Vectors
4. Build Stuff in Experience Design
5. Publishing and Developer Handoff
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