In this class, you’ll thoroughly learn Adobe XD from beginning to advanced features for UI (user interface) and UX (user experience) design.

Adobe XD is a modern design app that was built with the specific needs of a modern web designer, UX designer, or app designer in mind. Unlike image editing programs such as Photoshop—which were originally created for print, photo retouching, or illustration—the entire focus of Adobe XD is on designing user interfaces and user experiences. You can craft the visuals and turn them into working prototypes all in a single app!

XD uses artboards, so you can efficiently design web layouts for mobile, tablet, and desktop (or screens for apps). It’s vector-based, so you can scale for a variety of screen sizes with ease, as well as export hi-res (Retina) graphics for the web or apps. You’ll find tools and features specifically relevant to UI (User Interface) design and UX (User Experience) design, such as symbols, repeat grids, built-in protyping tools, and much more.

Learn to design complex and realistic prototypes with advanced functionality. You’ll use compentent states to create hovers, add animations to your designs using auto-animate, make specific areas of content scrollable using scroll groups, and much more.

Make your graphics stand out with 3D transforms, create anchor links that let users scroll up or down within a page, add audio sound effects to your user interfaces, and more!