When you share a link with someone else, they’ll be able to preview your designs in the browser, either on a desktop or a mobile device. When they click the link, they’ll see an interactive prototype and can explore artboards, click-through a user flow, and see any interactions or animations included in your designs. Anyone who clicks on one of your links will experience your designs as though they were working products.
Reviewers can view your designs at the artboard level or using the Grid View, which allows them to see all artboard thumbnails at once. They can see which artboards have comments attached and see which artboards are linked together.
Anyone reviewing one of your links can provide feedback by commenting on the design as a whole or pinning a comment to a specific part of the design to provide more granular feedback. You can mention other people to make sure they see your comment. Adding or replying to comments or mentioning another user will send them a notification and they can also see and interact with these comments directly in Slack, with the Creative Cloud Slack app described in the previous section.
“It’s difficult to explain how you would remove friction from the purchasing process or improve the browsing experience without an interactive environment. Adobe XD helps us change the focus from the toolset to the experience, resulting in much more productive conversations.”
Michael Adamson, Client Services Director at Perficient Digital (read story)