When you first launch the app you are presented with a start screen. This video shows you how to use it.
- [Instructor] When you first launch Adobe XD…you come to this start page,…and what this allows you to do is set up…screen sizes for the various devices…or pages that you may want to set up.…Over here you can go into an iPhone 6/7,…which is sort of the default,…but you've also got Android Mobile here,…so if you're working on an Android device,…well, there you go, you can set that up.…iPad is a little bit deceiving because really…it's more tablets.…So you've got the iPad, the iPad Pro,…you've got an Android tablet…plus the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4.…
If you're going to be designing a webpage,…well then you can actually add in…a standard size webpage,…or if you're using custom sizes,…you can set the width and the height of the page there.…Down here is explore the basics,…and explore the basics basically gives you access…to a tutorial that will sort of…walk you through how to use the application.…The UI kits are really quite interesting.…These are the bits and pieces that you would use…for the various user interfaces…
- 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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