Mario Rodriguez

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    Mario Rodriguez commented  · 

    I have been using Adobe Muse to design hundreds of websites. I always found it horrible their approach to "Responsive Design", it was ok for one page websites but for websites with dozens of pages was practically unusable. At the end we migrated the whole workflow to Wordpress and Element Builder (or Dive, Beaver or whatever build you like).

    This is our workflow:

    Design your website in Adobe XD, export your graphic objectos and alos the artboards as single images. Go to Elementor builder in Wordpress and set the exported Adobe XD artboards image as a background in the page you are designing with Elementor builder. Rebuild and position the objects of your Adobe XD design using Elementor objects.

    Thats it.

    I must say this is a more flexible and powerful workflow as it was using Adobe Muse, especially for more complicated websites, with multilingual needs, dynamic navigation menus and things like e-commerce integration.

    Try it!

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    2 comments  ·  Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mario Rodriguez commented  · 

    This is for me the most missed feature in Adobe XD. Incredible helpful, saves tons of clicks and work. It would help Adobe XD developers to take a look at this Adobe Muse feature.

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