Export overview of all artboards: showing interaction flows, annotations, specifications
I would like to share my full document to my team in order to communicate all specifications I added. This would help them giving a bit more context to the prototype and also be able to see all the different states of a pattern to build.
Maybe save as a PDF file or also online?
We’ve released the Design Specs feature in our November release as a Beta. You can now publish a Design Spec, which will show your developer an overview of the flow and allow them to introspect measurements and styles. We’re working on additional functionality based on this foundation, so I’m closing this feature as completed in order to get new suggestions as to what specific additions you’d like to see to the Design Specs feature.
Please also note that we now have a new feature area called “Design Specs” in UserVoice, so please file new feature requests there! As a reminder, please file one suggestion per UserVoice submission so that we can better aggregate!
The workflow in my company requires full storyboards of an app.
This storyboard has to contain all screens in all states with a descriptive text with a continuous numbering.
We usually do only black and white wireframes where we connect every button to an action/screen in illustrator since it's the fastest way but with XD i wish to do a full designed storyboard which can also be used as a prototype.
I could provide you with sample files but i'm unable to post them here in public.
Pedro Gonçalves commented
Having an export that would show all links and screen flow connections would be amazing to share with the team and talk about architecture.
Dee Sadler commented
A UX Design Review mode is needed!
If you mean to save the full workflow as one big document, i am totally with you!
Jessica Moon commented
I like how the current ghosting of objects off artboard works. To go along with that functionality, it'd be great to have options to control the end point of line tools so one can easily create arrows to explain flows in a series of screens.
Similarly in these flows, labelling the lines with decision points or other labels is critical so having the ability to click on a line and type text onto it as part of the line would be very useful.