Expose Libraries (Components) as Self-serve Portal for collaborators
It would be incredibly helpful to expose some of the Export dialogue options for non-designer team members.
- Allow free, and authorized users to browse an Adobe XD Library (specifically components and component states)
- Give users the ability to export Library components/assets from the web with tools similar to the "Asset Export" panel in Adobe Illustrator.
- Right now the tools on the Library website are incredibly clunky and not user-friendly. They are not designed for presentation and browsing, and it is hard to see details in the images in the “Share” link export. Thank you.
It would be a huge workflow relief to give browsing and export tool access to non-designer teammates.
What I mean is, rather than having to develop an artboard and arrange components on it -> mark assets for export manually -> share for web -> Developer version -> share link...
It would be incredibly helpful to have the tool much more user friendly for those who will utilize the content in the Library as SVG, PNG, JPEG, WEBP, etc. These tools exist in the app for the most part, but exposing them a bit so that non-designer team members can be responsible for self-serving assets, would save valuable time and reduce image requests.
A User Flow would be:
1) A non-designer teammate needs up-to-date access to brand approved assets...
2) They get a Library link to browse components (which are cloud synced automatically)...
3) They use a browser-based viewfinder to browse the assets in user-friendly way that gives them a nice wide view of each asset, allowing them to zoom in/out as needed...
4) They can select one or more assets with ease, and choose to export in various formats (similar to the Asset Export window in Adobe Illustrator)
5) An Advanced dialogue option allows them to rename each individual asset/component and export it to whatever destination they choose.
6) If designer updates any of the assets, it is automatically updated in the cloud for the next time a user pulls up the browser-based library