Customize panel location (dockable)
It would be nice if the tool panels were draggable. It's easier to move to an XD from Photoshop if you can have layers or objects panel on the right side. 15 years of getting used to UI from other Adobe products is a big deal. This is also important for left-handers.
Lord Ames commented
Area Manipulation is an amazing thing. Being able to set things up in a way that you like and makes easier to use saves time and makes a more relaxing work space. Or at least I find.
I work with a program with my main job called DG LUX and I find it great for being able to move aspect windows around, or even stack them on top of each other. This way, the information that I always need to see is there and the stuff that is less important can be stacked away.
This program is a bit intense and much more than needed for just UI Design. but being able to move panes around has been imperative for efficient work
having this in XD would be amazing, I have already found my self getting frustrated having to constantly move back and forth between the Assets,Layers, and plugins. If those 3 Accordions where able to be moved into other positions to see them all at once would be very helpful.
Alan Jones commented
Even a setting like MaxScreen Thunderbolt like Ai
Alan Jones commented
Allow the user to configure their workspace like in InDesign (or any other Adobe product).
With a multi-monitor setup, it would be so much easier to have full use of the available real estate.
The XD menu palettes are fixed and can't be moved outside to the main window (at least I've not seen how to).
I can use one monitor for a live preview, but not the other.
The attached file show how much real estate I have to use.
John Harman commented
I too am struggling against the ability to have both the asset panel and layer panel open at the same time. I work with layers a lot and having to switch between them is slowing down my process.
Thani Suchoknand commented
I would love the ability to move the assets panel or make it visually persistent elsewhere in the UI. Having to toggle between either the layers OR assets panel is cumbersome and inefficient.