Chapter 2: Learning the Basics with Low-Fidelity Prototyping
In Chapter 1 we took a tour of Adobe XD, and even looked into the keyboard shortcuts of the most common tools. This should give us a good foundation to work with as we explore more of Adobe XD, then go on to design a low-fidelity mockup of an app.
When you first open Adobe XD, as with most design apps, you'll see a welcome screen that asks you to either select a ready-made UI kit, or start a new design from scratch (by choosing an artboard). You can also choose to reopen an existing file.
As mentioned in the previous chapter, Adobe XD offers UI kits for Apple iOS, Google Material and Microsoft Windows — these kits contain native UI elements found in the operating ...