Adobe XD is a part of Adobe Creative Cloud subscription and syncs seamlessly to your Adobe account. Creating a prototype can be time consuming, and the charade of going through hoops just to share them makes it frustrating. Not anymore.
Share the Entire XD Prototype with Others
First, we will show how you can share the entire XD project others and then use multiple flows to share a specific UI part to clients or reviewers.
Step 1: Launch Adobe XD and open one of your current projects.
Step 2: Make necessary changes before you plan on sharing the prototype.
Step 3: Move to the Prototype tab and add the necessary interaction to your mockups.
Step 4: Once you feel your prototype is ready for sharing, move to the Share tab.
Here’s is where the real action starts. From the Share menu, you can hit the Play button at the top and check your prototype in action.
Let’s check sharing settings on offer here.
Design Review: This option allows users with access to your shared document to leave a comment, hotspot hints, and check the design overall.
Development: This is ideal for sharing your design or prototype with developers. It will enable the team to see the design specs of the project. To make their life easier, you can also use our guide to export Adobe XD to HTML.
Presentation: Are you sharing an Adobe XD prototype with someone who will present it to others? Use the Presentation option from the Adobe XD sharing menu, and it will optimize the viewing experience for presentation.
User Testing: When you are planning to test the prototype of QC (quality control) team, use User Testing and test the design.
Custom: It offers a customized sharing permission to use. When you click on Custom, Adobe XD will present you with four permissions to offer or deny in sharing the link.
- Allow Comments
- Open in Full Screen
- Show Hotspot Hints
- Include Design Specs
Select relevant options and move to the Link Access menu.
Check Link Access
Once you have selected an option from the View Settings