Today I’m going to try and answer a question that I imagine many of you have asked: “Which is better, Sketch or Adobe XD?”. In this video and article I’ll be explaining which I prefer, based on my own opinions and my own needs.
XD (Experience Design) is Adobe’s one-stop-solution for designing user experiences for web and mobile. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use it as a wireframing tool for your next mobile app or website.
Our new short course, 15 Time-Saving Shortcuts for Adobe XD, is perfect for any web designer who wants to save time and be more efficient.
Join us for a free live stream, where experienced ThemeKeeper Tuts+ instructor Dan White will share 15 time-saving tips and shortcuts to help you in your next Adobe XD project. From working with text on paths and understanding layout grids, to learning about publishing options and masking; we’ll cover all these shortcuts and more. So download the starter files, join in the live chat, and enjoy the livestream!
Adobe XD is the perfect graphic tool for anyone who designs for the web. It allows for designing, prototyping, and collaborating with others, all from within one application.
How about learning to design useful icons and mastering some exciting new software at the same time?
Adobe XD is an all-in-one cross-platform tool for designing and prototyping websites and mobile apps, allowing you to get from your idea to working prototype faster. In our new short course, Prototyping an App With Adobe XD, you’ll learn the full process of wireframing, prototyping, and designing an app with Adobe XD.
Adobe XD (also known as “Experience Design”) is fast becoming the web designer’s graphic tool of choice. It allows for designing, prototyping, and collaborating with others, all from within one application.