Adobe XD today received a new update for its app on Windows 10. The Adobe XD software was launched in December by Adobe. The update for the Windows 10 app has come with new features. Below are the new features released by the company in the latest update.
When designers send their shared prototypes to stakeholders, the stakeholders no longer need to sign-in with an Adobe ID to leave comments. Instead, stakeholders can leave comments as a guest. This should make gathering design feedback in one place a lot easier.
To get you started quickly, Adobe XD on Windows added UI Kits that are accessible via the hamburger menu. These UI Kits include Apple iOS, Google Material and Microsoft Windows. Each UI Kit includes common components like navigation elements, text fields, and keyboards that allow you to design faster.
You can now add SVG images to XD documents by dragging and dropping them on the canvas or by using the import functionality from the application’s hamburger menu. This will help you bring assets from other design tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch or your own component libraries.
Snap to Grid
You can now add a grid to your artboard. Grids provide guides to which you can align objects and text. When you draw, objects snap to the grid automatically when the object’s edges are within the grid’s snap-to-zone. Grids also help you get a quick idea of measurement while laying out objects or text on your artboards.
If you are an Adobe user you can download the Adobe XD app for Windows 10 by clicking this link.