• With the addition of time as a new trigger, you can now transition between artboards based on a specific delay. This is helpful while prototyping onboarding or decision flows. You’ll be able to create looping animations using delays for auto-fade effects, spinners, loaders, progress bars, and more.
    When creating a transition between two artboards in Prototype mode, you’re now able to select Time instead of Tap as your trigger, and you can define how long you want your delay to be and the transition you want it to take. XD will save your attributes from that same screen and offer them as the default on further screens. Watch the video below to see Timed Transitions in action, and see how they can be used to simulate an onboarding experience in an app.
  • When creating a transition between two artboards in Prototype mode, you’re now able to select Time instead of Tap as your trigger, and you can define how long you want your delay to be and the transition you want it to take. XD will save your attributes from that same screen and offer them as the default on further screens. Watch the video below to see Timed Transitions in action, and see how they can be used to simulate an onboarding experience in an app.
  • We live in a world where designing for multiple devices is not only important, it’s essential. Adobe XD has now added a Responsive Resize feature that allows you to resize groups of objects while keeping their placement and scalability. All you have to do is resize the group right there on the design canvas, and XD will keep the relative spacing in place. Check out responsive resize in the video below.