When you’re taking a design and turning it into a fully coded website, working with the same software that was used to create that design in the first place is not always the most efficient approach.
Instead of using something like Adobe XD, Sketch, or Adobe Photoshop, it can be easier to use a handoff application during the coding phase—something like Avocode 3.
Avocode can make it a whole lot easier to do things like exporting images, generating CSS, evaluating measurements, working with variables, and a whole bunch more.
This course is the second in a two-part series. In the first one, we created a code-friendly design in Adobe XD, and in this course we’ll be taking that design and converting it into a fully coded, fully responsive website with the help of Avocode 3.
So let’s get started on “Adobe XD to Code With Avocode 3”.
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