Who Uses Adobe XD?
UX tool for businesses of all sizes that helps with content design via features such as auto animation, responsive resize, repeat grid, and more.
What Is Adobe XD?
On-premise UX tool for businesses that helps create designs for web and mobile via prototyping, sharing, collaboration, and more.
Adobe XD Details
Adobe XD Pricing Overview
Adobe XD starts at US$9.99/month. Adobe XD has a free version and does not offer free trial. See additional pricing details for Adobe XD below.
Adobe XD Features
Adobe XD Reviews
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Reviewed on 29/07/2019
I have distanced from Adobe, but this tool is great
Pros: This is a really well made UI prototyping tool. Adobe has done quite a good job with this. The best part is that it's completely free to use it, the only thing that you have to pay for is multiple published prototypes at a time. I'm okay with just one, and prefer to control my own files anyway. I really like that this is not browser-based, I hate that so many new design tools are browser based as they do not perform well and are generally buggy, plus they generally tie you into their system, you can't control your own files. Worst, you can't do anything offline. Native is absolutely the way to go for this sort of thing.
Cons: It's lacking a dark mode. This is suuuuuuper annoying to me, especially since Adobe tools have generally been dark mode by default for years. It is also a pain to access plugins, they need to improve the interface for that or let plugins add their own interface. Would also like to see scroll areas and some other features, but can't fault them too bad as the tool is fairly new and they are regularly adding highly requested features.
Reviewed on 08/01/2020
Adobe XD: Prototyping Simplified
Comments: In a nutshell, my experience with Adobe XD has been a very positive one. Even in its most basic subscription plan (which is free of cost), it provides all the vital features necessary for creating and deploying incredible prototypes in a systemized manner. It maximizes productivity by creating two distinct yet intertwined workflows for designing screens and setting up interactions between them.
Pros: If you work in the area of UI/UX Design, Adobe XD is one of the critical tools you can have in your asset. Prototyping in Adobe XD is a breeze, thanks to the simplistic yet purposive interface it provides. The tools it provides for designing prototypes are very intuitive to learn and use, making it easy for new users to onboard. Adobe XD also features a separate workflow for handling the interactions within a prototype, rendering the processes of designing and prototyping interactions discrete yet fluid. Furthermore, it allows you to deploy your prototypes on the Adobe Cloud, making it easy and quick to share and test your prototypes.
Cons: Once you get accustomed to the streamlined workflow of Adobe XD, it might take you a while to adapt to those of other competing prototyping services.
Reviewed on 24/10/2019
I'm mildly impressed
Comments: I was not aware that Adobe XD was this good. UI UX is something I'm learning more of and the UI UX of XD has been nothing short of brilliant.
Pros: This is a fairly simple and powerful UI UX layout tool. I was skeptical of it when I installed it, but it's free and so powerful. Most definitely one that's staying in my arsenal for some time to come.
Cons: Needs additional plugins to add some of the features you may be used to in other design software packages. There are quite a few, and the list is growing, but it's not all there.
Reviewed on 03/12/2019
Adobe's Attempt to Compete with Sketch
Comments: Oberall, my experience is good and I will tend to use it, but not exclusively. Sometimes I mock right in code, other times I work statically first, and when I do, I will use Adobe XD about 60 to 65% of the time. I think it's getting closer each update to being the unrivaled tool for the job for me, but it's not quite there yet. It is, in the grnad scheme of things, a relatively new product.
Pros: I like that it's part of the Adobe Suite, which may or may not be desirable for some. But since I work with the Creative Cloud, it's a useful prototyping software that has some value over other Adobe programs like Illustrator and Photoshop when it comes to sketching out static mock ups of web designs. It's also useful to have the quick share feature by uploading your work to the cloud, for clients to review.
Cons: It can still be a little clunky, for me, as someone who is used to working in Illustrator. It's kind of a little like the other Adobe programs, and a little bit different, so that can be confusing, despite the fact that some of the differences are what makes it a better tool for website mock-ups.
Reviewed on 25/11/2019
Comments: Is a software that allows a layman in programming to create a layout for a beautiful site. I never knew how to work with code, but I was able to program websites that I'm proud of.
Pros: The tool is very intuitive and easy to learn. it is part of the adobe package and delivers functionality integrated with various enterprise software
Cons: Despite having a very fluid worflow. Software still has a lot to improve, especially when scheduling application or site mapping