Adobe has today launched their Experience Design or Adobe XD which started life as Project Comet and has now been renamed to Adobe XD and offers a “new experience in user experience” says Adobe.
The new Adobe XD service has been created to help developers Design and prototype websites and mobile apps with Adobe Experience Design CC and provides an all-in-one tool for UX designers, and is now available to those with a Adobe Creative Account.
Adobe explains more about the new service:
Adobe XD is made for fast, fluid UX design with innovative tools that eliminate speed bumps and deliver breakthrough performance. Switch from design to prototype in a single click. Quickly create wireframes and visual designs, preview changes in real time, and share prototypes with your team for instant feedback. And it’s just the beginning. We’re adding new features every month.
– Speed up your design process with intuitive tools that let you draw, reuse and remix elements to create wireframes, visual designs, interactive prototypes and production-ready assets all in the same app.
– Add interactions and animations to accurately test how users will experience your design. Switch easily between design and prototype without leaving the app.
– Eliminate guesswork by previewing your designs complete with transitions. Make changes and see them immediately applied so your experience looks just the way you want it.
– Send a link to team members and get quick feedback on your designs. Share production-ready artwork with developers so they can build to your specifications.
For more information on the new Adobe XD and to give it a try jump over to the Adobe Creative website for details via the link below.
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