I forgot to include the link to the video about UX Pin annotations in my previous comment:
YES. Annotation is something that is a consistent pain in nearly every design program. Having prototype and design mode in the same program like XD does, puts it in a unique position to completely revamp how UX designers present projects.
Currently I have to copy and paste my annotations from underneath each Sketch artboard into a PDF, and into InVision.
I would take a look at how UXPin formats their annotations. It's very good.
In addition, being able to generate a PDF from the prototype with screens and annotations, in a custom layout would be amazing. I'll create a separate request for this.
We’ve started working on multiple fills and borders, with plans to extend to this multiple shadows in the future.
The way Sketch does it is really nice (besides not being able to rearrange fills), the way Illustrator does it is a hassle. I always just add additional fills with blending modes to test out image filters while working and then go back and do the actual filters in photoshop at the end. Super useful.
Please make it so you can add as many fills as you want, and give the capability to rearrange fills
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