Learn how to share an interactive prototype from Adobe XD.
- [Instructor] What you can also do is you can actually preview your content on a mobile device. You can see right up here, Device Preview. So essentially what I have going on is I have my iPhone connected. I'm on a Mac. I happen to have the Adobe XD app. And I'm connected just by USB. So that's how it's done. You can just download the app here. Since it's connected, again, I can see that it's connected, I can open up that view. In fact, I'll show you my phone right now. So by moving this over, you can see my phone right here.
So this is just a preview in QuickTime. And I'm going to launch Adobe XD. All right. So it's saying, hey, you want to connect to it? Sure, yes. I'm going to select yes. And it's saying open up an Adobe XD document. I have one already open, and look what is already happening. I'm going to switch to this iPhone 6, 7, and 8 Plus. So I can automatically see, even as I toggle from Android to iPhone to this desktop screen, that it actually switches on my mobile device.
I can actually see it right here in my hand as well. But all this is happening live. So if I decide to maybe move down some of this content, notice how it moves accordingly, right? So I can see how things look directly on a mobile device, make changes accordingly, and it really makes my life really easy. And all you really need is the XD mobile app. Connect it. What you can also do is put an XD file on your desktop and put in your Creative Cloud files folder and it will work that way.
But essentially that's what the app does. Super easy to preview content on your mobile device. And even if you disconnect it from USB, all of those items are cached so you can actually take it with you to show your client.
- Using the Adobe XD workspace
- Creating and importing graphics
- Adding text and effects
- Creating multiple screen layouts
- Designing for mobile
- Repeating elements using grids
- Prototyping a single interaction
- Prototyping an entire website
- Making content scroll
- Recording a video of interactions
- Sharing prototypes
- Exporting artboards and assets