Adobe XD Is The Go-To Design and Prototyping Tool for Websites, Apps, and More...
March 06, 2020

Adobe XD Is The Go-To Design and Prototyping Tool for Websites, Apps, and More...

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe XD

We mainly use Adobe XD for website mock-ups. Using the interactive design tools it has makes demoing what a website could look like with the animations and assets a lot nicer and gets a better idea than the traditional Photoshop mock-ups. For example, you can demo a button on hover, or how a div can animate into the browser window all before someone has to code it up.
  • Easy and simple animations.
  • Good tool for website mock-ups.
  • Easy user interface and tools that are like most Adobe products.
  • You can share a dev link and it displays all assets for developers to download or user like it's very own style guide.
  • It is a bit simple, could add more complex animations, not really a fault though.
  • I wish there was a little more support for the platform.
  • The time it takes to design in Adobe XD is significantly faster. Saving time.
  • It boosts productivity, causing better ideas to be created.
  • It's easy to use and quick to learn. Not much of a learning curve so we can get to work pretty quickly.
It's a lot easier to prototype ideas and make mock-ups faster in Adobe XD than it is to in say Photoshop. Figma is fairly similar but XD works with the Adobe ecosystem and I feel is easier to learn and use and the way you can share XD links is what I really like.
Since it's fairly new, the product is still growing. It does have good support but more can be added I feel, and it is over time. You can easily look up tutorials or documentation. I feel it will only get better as time goes on. It's not bad by any means.

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Using Adobe XD for a website mockup on the latest project I've been working on, with designers and developers, is great in many ways. The designers mocked up buttons, animations to show what would happen if a user clicked a certain button to do an action, and to display that in the mockup with no code what so ever is nice to give the devs and idea on what it is exactly supposed to do base on the designer's eye. Also, having a development link where developers can grab assets, color codes, etc. Like a style guide that no one has to make, XD generates it and you can easily get what you need from it.