IN THIS CHAPTER
Importing raster images
Importing vector graphics
Importing UI elements
Working with Illustrator files
Using custom pen paths for masks
Exporting an object and artboards
Using Adobe Experience Design (XD) to build your prototypes is great, but to be able to drop in artwork from Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, as well as other sources, is even better. Adobe XD has some tools to create UI, but it may lack in some advanced features that you are used to taking advantage of in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
In this chapter, you find out how to import images for your prototype, including vector imagery that you can continue to edit, even if it was created in Adobe Illustrator. You even discover how to mask your images into custom shapes using the masking feature in XD.
You also locate UI kits that provide you with UI specific to styles ...