Adobe has a wide number of programs available for users, in all sorts of design and creation roles. Design, prototype and sharing websites and apps is all part of Adobe XD, and Adobe has released a beta for Windows 10.
Adobe XD is a new program available from Adobe, and its main release came on the Mac platform. Now, with its Windows 10 beta release, it shows Windows 10 users what is coming, and what is in store for them soon.
What Is Adobe XD?
Adobe themselves describes the Adobe XM program as the way to prototype faster, and it being the first all-in-one cross-platform tool for designing and prototyping websites and mobie apps.
With it, users can design, draw, reuse, remix vectors, create wireframes, and use tools like Repeat Grid on it. It will be using the layers and symbols along with pen tools to make the Windows 10 experience awesome.
Just A Beta For Now
Well, the Adobe XD beta is just that for now, a beta. You don’t get all the features of the Mac app yet, but it does include the prototype features. That is the main usefullness of the app, and should please designers.
You don’t have the ability to share an Adobe XD file though from within the app, and cannot record the preview screen. It’s almost there in various reports, and Adobe should be releasing the final version of the app soon.
You can get the Adobe XD beta from Adobe.com today. It’s a beta app, but if you’re a designer, it’s worth checking out.