1.1 Welcome to the Course
Hello and welcome to this Envato Tuts+ course. I’m Adi Purdila, and in the following lessons you’ll learn how to use some of the more advanced features found in Adobe XD.
Adobe XD is well known in the design world for being a fantastic app for UI design. It’s also an app that anyone can learn to use very easily. However, there are a few advanced tools that will take a bit longer to get used to and learn properly; that’s what this course is all about.
We’ll be taking a closer look at tools like auto-animate, 3D transforms, stacks, and component states. We’ll also explore some plugins that will elevate your XD experience.
This course is therefore a bit more advanced, so you’ll need to know the basics of working in Adobe XD first. If you’re looking for more beginner-friendly courses on Adobe XD, we have those as well on Envato Tuts+, and I’ve linked a few handy resources in the lesson notes below.
With that said, let’s jump right in and learn about working with auto-animate. See you in the next lesson.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:51
2.Auto-Animate in Adobe XD4 lessons, 53:21
3.3D Transforms1 lesson, 13:58
4.Adobe XD Layout Tools1 lesson, 07:03
5.Components1 lesson, 08:35
6.Adobe XD Plugins1 lesson, 11:27
1.1 Welcome to the Course
Hello and welcome to Novato Tuts Plus course. I'm Andy Padilla. And in this course, you'll learn how to use, some of the more advanced tools in Adobe XD. Now we all know Adobe XD, fantastic app for UI design and it's actually an app that anyone can learn how to use very easily. However, there are a few more advanced tools that will take a little bit more time to get used to and learn properly. And that's what this course is all about, since we're working with Adobe XD. I want to remind you that you can get all kinds of XD compatible UI kits and assets from Envato Elements. Which gives you unlimited downloads of Word Press themes and plugins, web templates, fonts, and more. Now in this course, we'll be taking a closer look at tools like auto animate, 3D transforms, stacks and component states. We'll also explore some plugins that will elevate your XD experience. Therefore, this course is a bit more advanced, so you'll need to know the basics of working in XD first, and then watch this course. If you're looking for more beginner friendly content we have that as well on tutsplus, and I've linked a couple of handy resources down below. However, if you are more experienced with XD and you wanna learn some more advanced stuff, then I think we should just get started with the course and learn about auto animate. That's coming up in the next lesson. So I'll see you there.