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I surprisingly found that people reacted fine at the paper sketches but quite negatively at the Balsamiq "sketches" unless I used non-standard set of components with more defined clean lines. Prototype rather than Mock-Up type. Probably depends on country / team.
I would add to the subject: nice to have a fast way to move to artboard and / or artboard group. Somewhere after 40 artboards (many of them are basically copies to imitate the behavior of the same screen as there are currently no "layer composition" panel functionality) it's becoming a bit tricky to quickly find your way around.
I really needed black & white regime for images as well as for the whole screen to see accessibility for color blinded people. Would be nice to have it inside one application.
While we still don’t have the tools built right into XD (and so I’m leaving this open), we do have at least one plugin to help with color blindness checking. Please do check out the plugins section of XD to see if one will work for you!
I was looking at the option at least to turn on the black & white preview regime instead of using an export and additional software.
Was looking for a possibility to add notes and be able to export it to pdf / jpg without using additional software too.
We’ve begun working on an easier way to crop your images without using an image mask and will be releasing this in an upcoming release!
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While XD doesn’t yet have this feature to save gradients in the color picker popup’s swatches, you do have several other options today:
- Store gradients in the Assets panel swatches: open the Assets panel on the left side (View > Assets), and click the “+” next to Colors. Then select any other object and click the gradient swatch to apply it to that object.
- Copy gradient fills between objects: use regular Copy on the source object, then select the destination object and choose Paste Appearance.