In Adobe XD: App Design, learn how to integrate Adobe XD (Experience Design CC) into your design workflow, and combine it with Adobe Photoshop® CC and Adobe Illustrator CC. Follow along with the training videos, practice with the included project files, and explore the additional useful UX design resources.
Length: 2 hrs 7 min
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Adobe XD is a recent addition to the ever growing tools in Creative Cloud. It is crafted as a modern design tool, built from the ground up for one specific task: User Experience Design. Mobile web usage has taken over desktop, which shows that designing for mobile devices is more relevant than ever before. Creative professionals are urged by employers and recruiters to have skills for UX even if that is not their main task.
You can present your app prototypes in many different ways using Adobe XD. You can record a video of you navigating through the screens, you can also export individual Artboards as images or as a PDF, and you can also upload the working prototype to the web and let your customers try it out on their desktop computers or on their mobile devices. Learn it all in this course, brought to you by Total Training!
CHAPTER 01: INTRODUCTION 08:35
2. What is UXD?
3. Meet Adobe XD – Experience Design CC
CHAPTER 03: GETTING STARTED WITH ADOBE XD 43:30
2. Drawing Shapes
3. Drawing with the Pen Tool
4. Working with Text
5. Working with Images
6. Composition of Elements
CHAPTER 04: DESIGNING THE APP 30:42
1. Home Screen
2. Feature Screen
3. Feature Description
4. Character Screens
CHAPTER 05: PROTOTYPING THE APP 35:43
1. Setting Up Interactions
2. Additional Interactions
3. Recording and Testing Interactions
4. Multiple Screen Sizes and Orientation
5. Exporting the Project
6. Creating an Animated Mockup
7. Sharing the Project
Martin is a Certified Adobe Design Master and Instructor. He has worked as a designer with companies like Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and DC Comics. He is currently working in London as a designer and instructor as well as providing a range of services, from live online training to consultancy work, to individuals worldwide.
Martin’s Motto “Do not compare yourself to your role models. Work hard and wait for the moment when others will compare them to you”