Mark Shufflebottom
Professor, Interaction Design

User Experience Design with Adobe XD

Project Published 1/5/17 Last updated on 6/10/19

Prototype, test and design the user experience then refine that interface further taking it to a high fidelity prototype and eventually the fully finished user interface.

1-2 Hours
Communication and Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
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Carlos Calla Huayapa

Posted on 8/28/17 6:12:30 AM Permalink

Good Material!

Amanda Lucas

Posted on 6/20/17 6:29:43 AM Permalink

​really excellent introduction to XD, thanks for this

Susan Mango Curtis

Posted on 3/6/17 2:10:57 AM Permalink

​I have two classes working on projects in adobe XD prototyping software. The graduate students are working on an client base website redesign and undergraduate are working on individual story development for smart phones. I'm fascinated with the ease of use and how will the students are adapting to the new Adobe XD.

Rich Sigfrit

Posted on 3/3/17 9:17:56 PM Permalink

Very helpful intro. Thank you!

Susan Mango Curtis

Posted on 2/23/17 9:00:18 PM Permalink

​I've been trying to figure out if Adobe XD works with Adobe library CC. This would be extremely helpful if it didn't, students would be able to save their assets in an shared library folder.

Percy Ordonez

Posted on 2/22/17 2:10:32 PM Permalink

​Thank you for this video introduction, very useful.

Greg Hodgson

Posted on 2/20/17 12:38:40 PM Permalink

​Very nice introduction. A great resource.

Susan Mango Curtis

Posted on 1/5/17 8:47:55 PM Permalink

​Excellent introduction to Adobe XD. I could easily see this video being used by teachers to walk students through a simple step by step process of how the software works. Mark Shufflebottom successfully demonstrates the simplicity and ease of use creating a prototype.