Export to Muse CC
It would be so useful to layout your designs in XD and then to export them straight to muse in the .muse format to refine or to be able to open an XD widget in Muse to prototype your iPhone layout, for example.
John Gaudette commented
I would also like to ad, that it would be nice to be able to export xd files in a format that I could drop into Muse and have a mostly completed site.
Anita Hall commented
I know we have request from Adobe XD to Adobe Muse. Can we also import Adobe Muse to Adobe XD please?
It's a huge omission to not be able to export the finished (approved) layout into the Adobe software most likely to be used to create the working "product" (Muse, etc.).
Creating a design in something that can only export the "assets" is a deal breaker considering that XD is part of a SUITE of programs whose claim to fame is the ability to work together, to avoid having to recreate the wheel.
It's like designing something in QuarkXpress, then furnishing a 'Collect For Output' folder and hard copy to the production facility with a note saying, "here, make it look like these laserprints"
In print graphics, this workflow scheme ended by about 1990. No need to resurrect it now!
Přemysl Bukovský commented
It would be nice have similar result as export from Comp CC - shapes, colours, texts... No one expecting something complex with all layouts.
JCW Productions commented
Will we ever be able to open Adobe XD files in Adobe Muse? It would be so great if we could design prototypes in XD than once we are ready to start building the site open up Muse and import the XD file to start working off of the prototype we have already started.
Umer Tahir commented
It would be great to build in Adobe XD at any width and then export straight to Adobe Muse. Once in Adobe Muse, all a designer would have to do is tweak for fluid widths, pin certain elements, define the breakpoints and further tweak for visible elements, etc.
Juan Sebastian Montilla Santos commented
Integration between Adobe Experience Design and Adobe Muse would be a big step in regard to interaction design. Could an export from Adobe Experience Design in .muse?
Why is muse not an app for professionals? Also, what integration exists between XD and Muse? Or is there really none yet?
I really hope part of the work flow or at least an option for people like me, teachers is that I have have the option of sending Adobe XD files straight to Adobe Muse. Just make sense to me. Would be a tremendous time saver and being able to teach that world flow would be amazing.
Do not agree with Anonymous. I am an image-maker and I find Muse ideal tool for me. I just can not deal with HTML and other languages. This is just not mine. But with Muse I can enjoy my work. Hope to combine it with new XD app. Nathan, I wish you success!
I don't like this idea … because muse is not an app for professionals …