428 votes93 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 04 : Sharing on the web · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
28 votes6 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 10: Developer Handoff · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Everyone here is having the same problem. Design systems created using XD will be using common nomenclature for the Component names across teams [Design, UI Developers & Product Developers], so it becomes crucial for the Prod Developers to see the component UX designer used in his screens and to use exact same class from the UI library. Without this availability in Design Specs, XD Developer view is useless for anyone creating Design Systems in XD.
473 votes113 comments · Adobe XD: Feature Requests » 01 : Design mode · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
In an Enterprise Design Language setup for product suits, we have extensive usage of the DLS, and the color palette is one of the most important asset for us. We have categories of colors and multiple colors signify different usages of colors according to context.
It will be great to have these:
1. The color palette appearing on Fill/ Border color etc, need to have organization possible, to create categories of colors. So its easier to chose the right color for right element.
2. The global colors in assets and color palette need to be linked, so if there is a change in Master file, those changes will be available for use immediately. Also, the colors used already can be replaced with the newer colors set in Master file.
This will help a lot of complex Enterprise UX Design teams and will add an additional edge of convenience over other design tools.
We have our colors from different contexts defined, ex selection colors, background colors etc. Now when we have added them in the document, they come randomly and not organized. This makes the color usage vulnerable to mistakes & confusion. Please give us an option to separate out chosen DLS colors. Thank you :)