- Choosing an artboard style
- Adding content
- Formatting text
- Using shapes and masks
- Creating a repeat grid
- Linking artboards and content
- Testing, sharing, and exporting Experience Design projects
Skill Level Beginner
(ambient music) - [Voiceover] Well hello there. My name is Tom Green, and I'd like to welcome you to this first look at Adobe Experience Design CC. I will be introducing you to Adobe's new UX/UI portal typing application, which is currently in public preview. I'm going to show you how art boards can be added to a project. We're going to look at how content is added, drawn, and manipulated, and how the repeat grid feature in Experience Design is more than cool, it is a huge productivity boost.
I'm also going to show you how to create interactive prototypes by linking art boards together and testing them in the preview panel, and then I'm going to show you how to share them with your team. It is clear that Adobe is determined to be both an innovator and a leader in the UI/UX prototyping field with Experience Design CC. So let's dive right in and begin our first look at Adobe XD.