Display shared prototype in device chrome
Ability to view or record the prototype based on the artboard that was used. Since there's already a list of specific artboards (iphonex, ipad, android etc.).
The idea is when you publish a prototype there would be an option if you want it to be view on a device. Same as when recording it.
When previewing a project it would be nice if it would put your screens on an actual phone, the phone you are designing it for. Being able to select a white or black phone would be awesome as well. This would be a similar feature to how Invision works with Sketch, the preview is on an actual phone.
make mockups (like attachment) for commons Devices in publish link
and can choose the device when publish.
so when visitor visit the link they will see the design realistically.
i think that will be helpful for all :)
Agreed, this is a must have feature.
A phone site / app on a white page is painfull and does not really sell a concept that well.
Andrew Eugene commented
It would be great if we could select a skin to present our finalized prototypes in. For example, an android phone skin to present android ui prototypes, a web browser skin to present web ui prototypes etc. Also, allowing the same ability for the web embedding facility would add a nice touch to the presentation.
Peter DiBartolo commented
Allow users to preview via a device emulator, similar to AirSquirrels' Reflector 'Frames'. This puts a device wrapper around the UI artboard which adds clarity and relevance for many client presentations. The feature would be great for exporting to PDF or PNG, Desktop Preview, and Video recordings.
AEM had a UI to select from a growing list of devices (and even methods to upload/create custom).
This feature could be within 'Asset Exporting' or 'Sharing/Collaboration'
This would be awesome for presenting prototypes in my portfolio to add context as well. Maybe I'm just being selfish I dunno lol
James Breaux commented
To add on to this comment ... I would like the ability to add an image of a smart watch in the background, have it locked, and set up an artboard as the screen so that just the screens animate and not the actual device.
Example; Image of an apple watch, with different interactive artboards that I've designed, but also have the ability to create interactive points where the physical buttons are on the apple watch to further add the the interactive design.
Right now if I try this, the device transitions as if it were a screen. I need it to stay locked.
Hopefully that made sense!
Need mockups of phones and pads for better experience.
Yasser Nazmy commented
Several apps are being developed for smart watches or smart wear platforms as they are now a part of the interaction design scene and are growing in popularity.
Would it be possible for Adobe XD to include a page preset or template for smartwatches?
Tolga Kilinc commented
Can you add device handsets on preview and web mode? — http://facebook.design/handskit Thanks,
It's already possible to set the background color of an artboard -- just select the artboard and click the Fill swatch in the properties panel on the right. I'm going to adjust the title & description of this so it's focused just on the missing part, device outlines.
Rebecca Jones commented
YES!!! it would definitely be a good idea to include basice outlines or shapes of the devices they have been designed for, especially when proofing to clients, to give them a better idea of how these functional mockups will work.
Ability to add a device outline to show context.. would be cool to even create your own device outline (currently I'm designing a UI prototype for a smart credit card, but having to use a mobile screen UI canvas to show the interactions)
Immanuel Varghese commented
Designers usually show the prototypes with a mock up
adding a feature to show prototype in mock up as well as recording prototype in mock up mode will be cool !