About Adobe XD

Adobe XD is an on-premise user experience/user interface (UX/UI) tool, which helps businesses design applications and websites by configuring layouts, components, effects and more. Managers can save created assets within a cloud-based repository and share them with team members according to requirements.

Professionals can add animations, navigation menus, audio, custom passwords, user flows and other elements to designs. Adobe XD allows businesses to create interactions using gaming controllers or keyboards and preview mobile prototypes on iOS and Android devices. Additionally, designers can draw shapes, paths and lines for interface layouts or elements.

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July 2019

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Jason from FrogDesk

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Company Size: 1 employee

Industry: Computer Software

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

1.0

Functionality

4.0

July 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.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

Figma and Invision seem like great tools, but without native apps that perform well, work offline and let you save your own files, they are just not worth consideration.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

Sketch is MacOS only. I do work across iOS, Mac, and Windows, and prefer software with compatibility in all three, but require at least Mac and Windows. Sketch is stubborn and would be much more successful if it would release for Windows as well.

April 2021

Daniel from Mable

Company Size: 201-500 employees

Industry: Hospital & Health Care

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

4.0

Functionality

5.0

April 2021

Adobe XD: One of the Best UI Design Software

Adobe XD is incredibly useful for designing software and it is clear that Adobe has put a lot of effort into a dedicated UI and UX design tool. There are many advantages in using Adobe XD and it comes with the Adobe Creative Cloud. Personally, I use Adobe XD to plan out an outline of the software that I am going to build. By using prototyping, I am able to create a realistic blueprint of the software that actually has functionality. Therefore, I highly recommend Adobe XD to people who will be working on the design of software, especially those who already have the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.

Pros

There are many great features in Adobe XD that make the experience of designing a prototype a lot smoother and easier. For example, Adobe XD follows the same user interface as other Adobe products, making it is very easy to learn how it works if you have used other Adobe products before. Adobe XD can handle very complex designs and can use large symbol libraries. Prototyping is also very simple in Adobe XD and there is also the auto animate feature which makes the prototype even more realistic. Last but not least, Adobe XD has a large growing assortment of plugins and integrations which seamlessly connect users to various services.

Cons

One disadvantage of Adobe XD is how you cannot test a mobile prototype on an actual mobile device. This is not too big of a problem but it does take away from the experience. There is no built in animation timeline so it is difficult to go beyond simple animations without plugins. Building on this, some plugins actually cost extra and is not native to Adobe XD which is a bummer

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

My company has Adobe Creative Cloud, so I found it more convenient to use Adobe XD

January 2021

Jakub from mediaform, s.r.o.

Company Size: 2-10 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

2.0

January 2021

Going in the right direction

Being fast and quick to use I liked it. XD missed me at the moment, they did not provided an option to set text to UpperCase (it's there already) or choosing assets form a shared Adobe library. From a mature product aimed at the professional audience one would expect these detail to be polished from the very beginning.

Pros

Being a part of the Adobe Creative Cloud it was a no-brainer to test XD. The integration with other applications from the Adobe suite is a great help as you do not have to think about transferring assets from one app to another. It just works and is super quick/responsive. Also the easy to use option to share a prototype with the client or anyone else, hosted in the cloud, is a great help. Another very cool thing is Auto-animate which simple and nicely working.

Cons

The app is still in development and I miss comprehensive variants of components/symbols. You may create components, but not their states. Or not as easy as in other applications. Sometimes it can get a little messy when overriding component content and the integration with Adobe library is weak.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

It was included as part of Adobe CC so trying it out was the obvious option.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

To try it out since it was a part of Adobe CC and I have been using/trying the beta (project Comet years ago)

January 2021

Julia from T-Mobile

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 10,000+ employees

Industry: Telecommunications

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

3.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

3.0

Functionality

5.0

January 2021

Expensive but worth the price

XD is our main tool for web development or application development. It allows us to mock-ups, designs, and share prototypes. If you have used other Adobe products as it will be fairly easy to learn in that case.

Pros

There is a lot that I like about XD. But my favorite features are that you can work on file as a team and save them on cloud. XD can open files from other Adobe and Sketch products. Its vector editing has precise design functionality. It has lots of plugins available. It looks and feels like other Adobe products, so users can learn the tool faster and it is being updated constantly.

Cons

Adobe XD costs $ 9.99 / month if you don't have a Creative Cloud membership which might be expensive. You can draw basic shapes, but not unique ones. You can export a design, but you can't get CSS without a plugin.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

XD has more third-party integrations which is crucial for my job.

October 2020

Kampon from Adely

Company Size: 2-10 employees

Industry: Hospitality

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

4.0

Functionality

4.0

October 2020

The most efficient way to build prototypes for website or application design with Adobe XD

Overall I still like Adobe XD still, most efficient way to build prototypes and work with UI team and development team in the same time, Adobe XD is one of the prototype tools that my team usually work with, maybe it's quite similar to Adobe's family software that our team familiar too. Personally, I've been using the Adobe program for more than 20 years. not a big fan but it's pretty nice tools compared with others competitor (except the price) hope Adobe XD keep better performances in long run.

Pros

1. Super easy to setup 2. Ready to be forwarded to the development team just update your link and everyone in your team will see the update as realtime. 3. Another thing that I really like is Adobe XD can adjust the curvature of each corner of the polygonal shape, which other apps do not have. 4. Readiness to using some assets from other Adobe's programs such as when I created icon from Illustrator or Photoshop I just export to .jpg or .png file and then just drag and drop to Adobe XD so simple and very easy.

Cons

1. When you forget and copy page design by "design mode" it make to take time to manually drag the flow link by yourself once again. Adobe XD should set flow link on every mode not just "Protorype mode" that make user confused and a bit upset. 2. Hard to control when you have more than 100 pages on the same dashboard. 3. It takes too much time when you export or update link on view setting as "development" 4. Adobe XD should provide more design libraries for creating a prototype. 5. Should more align or friendly with third-party plug-ins. 6.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

As I said I personally have been using the Adobe's family program for more than 20 years. I think it's quite go along together and it's still pretty good tools and good performances, so I think I still use Adobe XD further

September 2020

Michael from Self-employed

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Customer support

3.0

Functionality

5.0

September 2020

Great UX/UI design and prototyping tool

I use Adobe XD as my tool of choice to design and prototype product/web projects when I can. Sometimes I have to use other tools depending on the tools that are pre-determined by the client. I really like XD. Feels more polished in a lot of ways when compared to Sketch or other tools. Maybe because I'm already used to the Adobe ecosystem. Advance prototyping can get pretty laborious with auto-animate but it is still really powerful and I like it. The tool has improved a lot in the last year or two especially.

Pros

Follows Adobe's tool conventions/ecosystem. Integration from other Adobe products. Can import Sketch files if you started initial work from there.

Cons

Having to duplicate one artboard multiple times depending on the complexity of the auto-animate animation with the prototype.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

I'm more familiar with the Adobe products and eco-system. Also, in my experience and to my knowledge the prototyping functionality is more powerful in Adobe XD then it is with Sketch.

January 2021

Anonymous

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 2-10 employees

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

4.0

January 2021

Best Prototype app you can find in the market

As a daily user of Adobe XD. I used to create more Prototype and user flows

Pros

When it comes to Adobe Product, It all says how perfect the app will be. Perfectly crafted and very minimalistic app

Cons

Less option for Prototype, I would like to have more option

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

It has an unlimited free version in case I didn't buy the premier version

January 2021

Iris from Naranja

Company Size: 201-500 employees

Industry: Financial Services

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Functionality

4.0

January 2021

Muy buena herramienta de prototipado

Cumplió su objetivo, sin dudas la volvería a usar.

Pros

Tiene las features básicas necesarias para el diseño de interacción. Permite compartir, desde la misma herramienta, prototipos nevagables para hacer por ej. tests de usabilidad.

Cons

Se podría mejorar la integración y la compatibilidad con el resto de las herramientas del paquete Adobe.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

Necesitaba algo más enfocado en el diseño de interfaces.

July 2020

Anonymous

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 1 employee

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

5.0

July 2020

My go-to program for web design!

My overall experience with Adobe XD has been pleasant. I’ve created quite a few websites desktop/mobile using this and I have had no problems.

Pros

Adobe XD is simple to use and works well with all the other Adobe programs. I enjoy using it because I can access my Creative Cloud libraries and have all the design elements easily accessible.

Cons

There is not much to complain about. The program is pretty simple and easy to understand. I enjoy using it.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

It integrates really well with my other Adobe Programs.

October 2020

Anonymous

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 10,000+ employees

Time Used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

4.0

October 2020

Great for designing!

Overall it is a great product. If they could fix the load time i would love it even more.

Pros

This tool is great for creating UI mockups. It is easy to sketch, change, and publish the creations

Cons

It takes so long to open the AdobeXD application on my laptop. i have a high powered laptop and it still takes so long to open the application.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

Balsamiq did not have enough features. XD is a much more powerful tool

March 2021

aymane from Freelance

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 1 employee

Industry: Computer Software

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

3.0

Functionality

4.0

March 2021

“Expensive but this tool is great”

I was acquainted with Adobe XD during a new school-level UX plan course through UC San Diego. Our group approaches Adobe CC, so it made the application promptly accessible for our utilization. Our previous site page advancement measure was a horde of audit adjustments and drafted page fabricates that couldn't be straightforwardly remarked on. At that point, we were wrapping up an upgrade of our site, and we needed a cycle pushing ahead that would give speed and nimbleness when working out new pages. We needed to take a gander at the need and substance prior to consolidating plan components. Presently, building website pages has never been a smoother cycle. We initially facilitated a meeting to generate new ideas with partners, at that point, we rapidly work out a wireframe utilizing a format we made in Adobe XD, and offer it with partners for input. They can communicate with the wireframe in the program absent a lot of course and afterward drop in their input straightforwardly into the wireframe through labels and remarks. We are anticipating carrying out client testing with these wireframes sooner rather than later, also. Furthermore, on account of Adobe XD, we can without much of a stretch get this going.

Pros

This is a truly very much made UI prototyping instrument. Adobe has done a significant great job with this. Best of all, it's totally allowed to utilize it, the lone thing that you need to pay for is numerous distributed models all at once. I'm alright with only one and like to control my own records at any rate. I truly like that this isn't a program based, I disdain that so numerous new plan devices are program based as they don't perform well and are for the most part carriage, in addition to them by and large tie you into their framework, you can't handle your own documents. Most exceedingly terrible, you can't do anything disconnected. Local is totally the best approach for such a thing

Cons

At the point when it slips your mind and duplicates page plan by "plan mode," it makes it take effort to physically drag the stream connect without help from anyone else by and by. Adobe XD should set stream interface on each mode, not simply "Prototype mode" that makes client confounded and somewhat resentful. 2. Difficult to control when you have in excess of 100 pages on a similar dashboard. 3. It requires some investment when you fare or update the interface on seeing the setting as "advancement" 4. Adobe XD ought to give more plan libraries to making a model. 5. Should more adjust or well disposed of with outsider modules. 6.

February 2021

Amy from Wiro Agency

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

4.0

Functionality

5.0

February 2021

Excellent bit of kit - it's my go to as a UX+UI designer

Very good, would highly recommend and would roll out for a larger team. Could do with a better development platform.

Pros

Love how scalable and quick everything is. Really intuitive to what I need it to do and switching out content is a dream. Compared to other softwares, this one really speeds up my process and is my go to.

Cons

Expensive. Costs a lot and dislike that it's subscription only. I like Sketch's plan where you pay a set year fee, if you want ongoing support and updates then you pay for another year. Dislike that there isn't a strong component structure like Sketch. No ability to add new pages like in Sketch. The XD Development platform is poor at best. You can't push up singular dartboards - you have to push up all which is horrendously inconvenient. Artboard isn't infinite. Collaboration is clunky - constantly tells me I don't have enough space to collaborate

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

Much quicker to use

May 2020

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Diego from Diegous Design

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 2-10 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

4.0

Functionality

3.0

May 2020

Muito intuitivos

Tive ganhos muito grandes de produtividade com ele, além de facilitar a prototipagem dos layouts dentro da própria ferramenta. É um software fácil e com um custo-benefício muito grande comparado com outros concorrentes como o Figma.

Pros

O que gosto do XD é o fato dele ser muito fácil de aprender a usar, a curva de aprendizado é muito baixa, em poucas semanas você já domina todos os recursos e principalmente de prototipação. Sempre quando lançam uma atualização, noto que eles tem um cuidado pra não exagerar na quantidade de recursos, para as pessoas não ficarem confusas ou perdidas.

Cons

O serviço de co-edição ainda é muito limitado, muitas das vezes que estou trabalhando com documentos na nuvem, noto uma perda de performance e começa a travar o computador. As vezes o software ocupa muito a memória ram do computador. Eu gostaria que tivesse possibilidades de criar um protótipo que se adeque a largura da tela de cada usuário. Também seria bom se dentro do próprio software houvesse a possibilidade do desenvolvedor inspecionar o design e copiar os componentes pro CSS.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

Ter atualizações mais continuas. Ferramentas de prototipagem mais poderosas e o preço também era melhor.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

Porque ele já tinha recursos de prototipagem dentro dele, você conseguia desenhar e montar o protótipo. O preço era mais em conta pelas praticidades.

April 2020

Kristen from Vernier Software & Technology

Company Size: 51-200 employees

Industry: Computer Software

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

5.0

April 2020

Adobe XD Has Redefined Our Web Page Development Process

I was introduced to Adobe XD during a recent college-level UX design course through UC San Diego. Our team has access to Adobe CC, so it made the application readily available for our use. Our former web page development process was a myriad of review rounds and drafted page builds that couldn't be directly commented on. At the time, we were wrapping up a redesign of our website, and we wanted a process moving forward that would provide speed and agility when building out new pages. We wanted to look at the priority and content before incorporating design elements. Now, building web pages has never been a smoother process. We first host a brainstorming session with stakeholders, then we quickly build out a wireframe using a template we created in Adobe XD, and share it with stakeholders for feedback. They can interact with the wireframe in the browser without much direction and then drop in their feedback directly into the wireframe through tags and comments. We are planning on implementing user testing with these wireframes in the near future, as well. And, thanks to Adobe XD, we can easily make this happen.

Pros

The user interface of Adobe XD essentially walks you through the process of building an interactive wireframe for user testing or for client review: Design, Prototype, and Share. The Design workspace provides quick tools, such as a pen, text, and shape tools, that provide us with endless editing options and templates for mobile, tablet, desktop, or custom sizes. Art boards can be arranged in sections and items can be duplicated and adjusted efficiently. The Prototype workspace provides options to link art boards together and build in the interactivity component for testing the user journey. The Share workspace provides options to create multiple review links or to update the current review link with changes. We can build out simple wireframes or design full app interfaces in such a short timeframe.

Cons

There is one contingency when sharing wireframes through a browser link—the stakeholder must have a trackpad or scrolling mouse to scroll and interact with the wireframe. We found it's best to instruct stakeholders to view the wireframes from their laptop. My team shared a wireframe with a stakeholder to review a landing page layout, only to discover this small bug. She couldn't scroll down or interact with the wireframe, and, after reading a lot of support tickets on Adobe's website, it was because she was using a mouse with a tracking ball. It was such a small issue, however, and it didn't impact our workflow enough to consider an alternative.

March 2020

Davide from Marketing & Advertising

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

4.0

March 2020

A very good player in interaction design tools battle

My overall experience is positive. I needed a lot to abandon Sketch in favour of Adobe XD, but now that it shares a lot of the features of these kinds of products I'm quite happy. The problem that I see is that maybe one day it will require a payment. However, if you are paying the Creative Suite it is not a problem. In addition to that, nowadays we have a lot of interaction design tools and no one will reign forever: eventually you could switch to another option.

Pros

It's not a secret: one of the most important and appreciated feature of Adobe XD is its price. Until 1 year ago it was not able to compete with Sketch and the other tools in the interaction design field. However, in these days Adobe XD offers almost the same functionalities as its competitors: saving in the cloud, a pretty good prototyping tool with the opportunity to share a prototype link, the use of symbols and styles, a decent vector pen. The auto animate feature makes incredibly easy to create simple functional prototypes. Moreover, nowadays the integration with others applications of the Adobe Creative Suite works pretty well. Last but not least: I find that its performances are quite good, compared to similar software.

Cons

I find frustrating that Adobe XD doesn't integrate a minimum of bitmap editing features. While in Sketch and others software like that you rarely need to use another application, whit Adobe XD it's different. Obviously it makes sense, having Photoshop in the Creative Suite, but I believe that some integrations could boost the productivity. Moreover, I would like to have a customizable toolbar. Some functionalities, for example the Layout toggle, are not so accessible with the mouse and you must remember a lot of shortcuts.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

Price, integration with the Creative Suite, performances, ease of use.

Reasons for Switching to Adobe XD

Price, integration with the Creative Suite, performances. Above all, performances.

October 2018

Anonymous

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

4.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

3.0

October 2018

Prototyping UI at best!

Overall it has made mine and my client visualization better by seeing and interacting with the site before the development phase.

Pros

1. An everything suite for all your Ui/Ux needs. 2. Adobe XD includes artboards which is one of the best element needed for creating different pages for your website or mobile UI. 3.Shared assets makes your work easier by just compiling all your common elements of a design into a pallete and one change to the element can change throughout the project. 4.Prototyping is extremely easy, just a flip to prototype mode and easy as dragging elements and linking each other. 5. Live preview: If you are using an MacBook for adobe xd, it includes an awesome feature for live preview for prototype on your iPhone. 6.Repeat Grid : One of the best features in adobe xd thaat lets you repeat elements either horizontally or vertically inspite of you repeatedly copying and pasting. 7.Perfomance: Opening an XD file is as quick as a fox.Even the interracting with interface is extremely easy and fluent.

Cons

1.Live preview is only available for IOS devices which is a great disadvantage for windows users. You have to upload the UI on your creative cloud then only you can see your work on your android device. 2. Animations is still in progress as it is not introduced in adobe xd but company states to soon release animation in Adobe XD itself. 3. Many features are needed which are either in development or introduced but not good to be used by professionals. 4. Heavy vectors can sometimes make Adobe Xd crash.

May 2020

Margaret from Joint Commission Resources

Company Size: 51-200 employees

Industry: Design

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

5.0

Functionality

4.0

May 2020

Great addition to Adobe CC suite and a UX tool worth trying is already subscribe to Adobe's products

Overall, the learning curve is a little more steep than learning Sketch for example, but this is typical of Adobe applications. There are extensive video tutorials from Adobe, as well as individual content creators, to help you learn and leverage all of its features.

Pros

The master components and responsive resizing have been extremely helpful in building design elements that can be quickly access from a library, as well as updated across files if any design changes do occur. It allows for quick ideation, mockups, and basic prototypes to present to internal stakeholders for design approval processes, as well as external users for usability testing.

Cons

There are several basic features that were missing last year, like hover effects and link to anchor point on page, which other platforms possessed, but Adobe has added those in the last 6 months and continue to enhance and add functionalities. XD is little behind in functionality from other products like Sketch, Axure RP, etc. but they started building the products after these already existed. Responsive resize is nice, but also required building elements/components with particular attribute settings, which can be confusing for a new user. Also, the link sharing for usability prototypes is not secure...yet. The file owner needs to change the password in order to keep a shared prototype link from being access after a remote user testing session.

September 2019

Erick from Erick Silva Design

Company Size: 1 employee

Industry: Design

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

September 2019

Great for UX/UI design

Most of the agencies and clients I’ve worked with use Adobe Creatuve cloud in their design departments, so they already have Adobe XD installed. I never have to worry about compatibility with PC or Mac since it’s compatible on both. I’ve been able to demonstrate prototypes by sharing a link generated within the software, no third party plugins or exports needed.

Pros

I like that it’s quick and easy to create interface designs with Adobe XD. I can make wireframes, low fidelity, and high fidelity prototypes relatively easily. I like that I can import style guides and components, as well as add plugins to extend functionality.

Cons

There’s no default way to make a grid, at least on the current version I’m using. This would be helpful as most of my designs are based on a grid layout, at least columns.

Reasons for Choosing Adobe XD

Most other teams and clients I’ve worked with already have Adobe XD as part of Creative Cloud.

March 2020

Umair from Butt IT Solutions

Company Size: 1 employee

Industry: Information Technology and Services

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

March 2020

Powerful Platform to Create Professional Designs

I have used Adobe XD in lot of my projects, and I have also taught Adobe XD to my Students at an Educational Institute in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. My overall experience with Adobe XD is really awesome because this software always helps me to design the interface of my webpages and apps. Before the development process, first I design the look and everything of apps in Adobe XD and then I show the interface of app pages to my clients. They approve the app's interface, then I complete the development process. So I really like and Love Adobe XD.

Pros

Adobe XD is a unique platform where you can create designs for websites, mobile applications, games and more. The features of Adobe XD are really powerful like with prototypes you can test your apps and designs in a real way where you can add motion, animation, interactions and more. You can export your designs to Adobe After Effects. The tools are really awesome and the dashboard of Adobe XD is really very light and easy to understand and use. So if you want to design the interface of your webpages and apps then Adobe XD is best.

Cons

According to my experience, the tools of Adobe XD is awesome. The interface is fabulous and easy to use. Everything is available for the designers. Wherewith prototype, design can be created in such a realistic way. So, as far as I know, everything is perfect in Adobe XD.

April 2020

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Abid from Bank Alfalah Limited

Verified Reviewer

Company Size: 5,001-10,000 employees

Industry: Banking

Time Used: More than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

5.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

5.0

April 2020

Incredible and Professional Tool For UI/UX Design

According to my experience, this is the best UI/UX design tool. My overall experience with Adobe XD is really nice and good because I always create my website and application designs in the Adobe XD. I am really satisfied with the vector drawing tools. I always resize a group of components or objects for different screens and dimensions. The features of this software are really incredible for me because the software has helped me to design a lot of good things.

Pros

Adobe XD is an incredible and professional platform that allows users to create the design for mobile applications, websites, voice interfaces, games, and more. The software dashboard is really easy to use. With Adobe XD you can create stunning and beautiful designs for your websites and apps. Between different elements, you can create animations. You can share the design with your friends, team, and clients so they can check your design expertise and they can give feedback to you. You can also export your designs for the After effects.

Cons

No doubt, Adobe XD is one of the best Adobe products. According to my experience, there should be more external additional plugins for the beginners, so they can easily apply a lot of more things. Even these plugins can be useful for advanced users. I really love and like all other features of Adobe XD.