1 click exporting of assets
Currently if I design mobile app assets at 1x I have to rescale individual assets at different sizes to export them seperately per platform.
I'd really like to see a one click export for both platforms from a 1x designed screen. 1x screesn are key when testing and there isn't an option setup a project at different scales.
Majority of my assets are vector, especially for the all important app iconography.
Photoshop has something like this at the moment be great to see something like this in XD.
We currently have this feature built into the export in Adobe XD. You can export, select the device type, and then click on export for multiple versions. You can also now batch export by marking an asset or a group for batch export, then select Export > Batch.
Andrew Eugene commented
The developers life will be easier if components can be exported individually at once. Else the developer has to go though a lot of trouble to integrate the designers assets to the application.
What a great idea, that would take it to another level!!
Affinity have just added this feature and its something that xd really needs. Included in this should be the ability to choose export options for each individual asset (tiff, jpeg, gif, png, svg). Then be able to have a simple 1-click export of all assets.
Rachael Maddison commented
Having an asset export panel similar to the new export panel in the updated Adobe Illustrator would be amazing...it's frustrating to have to choose each individual asset and export individually, naming each asset. Even if each asset that was grouped had a prefix name of the artboard it lived on plus the number asset - that would be a major step towards saving time (Example: the artboard name is ABOUT and all of the assets that are grouped that live on the ABOUT screen export as ABOUT_1.png, ABOUT_2.png, ABOUT_3.png, etc. And if an asset is copy/pasted from one artboard to another artboard (reusing assets throughout the design), the name of that asset changes to GLOBAL_1.png (as in a global asset that can be recalled from multiple screens). Thanks!
Oh...and yes, yes, yes to the export of AT LEAST CSS (like Illustrator and Photoshop). And once the CSS Export is working, the export of HTML would be amazing.