The work of the UX designer is to find and implement creative solutions to design problems. They iterate their way to a product that helps users get the job done—whatever that job may be. But the solutions they find on’t go far without being shared with stakeholders and tested—which is where prototyping comes in!
We hope you’ll learn a lot in this recording of our online workshop in one of our favorite prototyping tools: Adobe XD. UX designers and Adobe XD instructor Elizé Todd walked us through some of this tool’s best protyping features. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to:
- Use Adobe XD to transform a static design into a usable prototype
- Automatically animate between artboards to create micro-interactions.
- Create voice commands and speech playback
- Make component states and hover effects
- Preview prototypes on your device
- Share web-based prototypes with your stakeholders and developers
Access Adobe XD working file here.
Elizé is a User Experience Designer, Educator and Content Creator. She spent the past five years leading UX teams at agencies before moving towards an education-focused path. She is an enterprise instructor for Adobe XD, teaches UX design on various platforms, as well as runs her own consultancy. She has a passion for motivating and empowering designers through her speaking engagements and content on Youtube and Instagram. She’s designed winning UX strategies for clients such as Papyrus, Keller Williams, and USA Today Network.
Register now for our next live event!
Become a Data Analyst with CareerFoundry
In this info session, you’ll get the chance to learn more about CareerFoundry’s Data Analytics Program and how we empower students to transform their careers and break into the world of data analytics.
5 August 2021
12:00 am LT