Adobe XD is a user experience design software application developed and published by Adobe Systems. It supports vector design and wireframing, and creating simple interactive click-through prototypes.
Now it’s easy to resize groups of objects on your artboards for different size screens and maintain placement and scalability. XD automatically calculates placement based on the proximity of individual elements.
Get greater control over the timing of your transitions between artboards. Create looping animations with delays for auto-fade effects, spinners, loaders, progress bars, and more.
Quickly spot spelling errors while designing in XD.
Web prototypes viewed in the browser now include an improved full-screen option, so you can see your design at actual size for a more accurate representation.
Learn about the latest features
Get more details on the September release in the XD blog.
System requirements for Adobe XD on desktop
macOS 10.11 and later
CPU: 1.4 GHz
Memory: 4 GB
Non-retina display (Retina recommended)
Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.
For information on upgrading your macOS version, see Upgrade to macOS High Sierra.
Windows 10 Creators Update (64-bit) – Version 1703 (build 10.0.15063) or later with the following minimum configuration:
CPU: 2 GHz
Memory: 4 GB
2 GB of available hard-disk space for installation; more free space required during installation
Display: 1280 x 800
Graphics: Minimum Direct 3D DDI Feature Set: 10. For Intel GPU, drivers released in 2014 or later are necessary. To find this information, launch “dxdiag” from the Run menu and select the “Display” tab.
Internet Explorer 11+ on Windows 7+
Edge on Windows 10+ (latest two releases of the browser)
Safari 9 on Mac OS 10.11+
Chrome on Mac 10.11+ and Windows 7+ (latest two releases of the browser)
Firefox on Mac 10.11+ and Windows 7+ (latest two releases of the browser)
XD is currently available in the following languages: