Blend your way into XD 23
With less than a month to go before Adobe MAX, you may think we’re holding onto all the big surprises, but we have one more update to reveal before the big day. XD 23 ships with blend modes, improved layer selection, and additional ways to resize your elements.
Designing in Adobe XD
Quickly create repeated elements such as galleries, contact lists, and more, using bulk images and text files.
Learn how to save commonly used colors, character styles, and components to keep your projects up to date.
Use Responsive Resize to quickly mold your designs for desktop, mobile, tablet and more. Adjust entire artboards or individual groups of elements.
Learn how to turn commonly used elements into components and how instances can be overridden while maintaining links back to the master.
Whether you’re working alone or with a team, linking assets helps keep your projects up to date without needing to edit multiple sources.
Repeat Grids are meant to sync changes, but for those times where you need to style individual elements, try using components!
Import Your Sketch Files
Whether you want to use Adobe XD to prototype your designs or are ready to make the switch, importing your existing Sketch projects is quick and painless.
Prototyping in Adobe XD
Dive into the basics of prototyping in Adobe XD. Learn how to create basic transitions, draggable galleries, and even beautiful animations.
Learn how to create a simple ‘pull to refresh’ interaction using the drag trigger and auto-animate.
Charts don’t need to be boring! Bring some life to your data using auto-animate.
FAB menus, short for “Floating Action Buttons”, are great for hiding menu items that may not be used very frequently.
Using masks and auto-animate, this video will teach you how to create a number counter with speed variation.
Keyboard triggers in Adobe XD lets you and your users navigate through your applications using keyboard shortcuts.
Quickly open your Photoshop files using Adobe XD then expand upon them using repeat grids, prototyping, and more.
Just like Photoshop files, you can also import your Illustrator logos, icons, or any other elements to use in your UI or UX projects.
Take advantage of Creative Cloud libraries to not only store assets that you created in other applications, but to also quickly edit them and keep everything in sync.