Prototyping in Adobe XD allows you to quickly validate your concepts before taking the time to actually engineer them. In this tutorial I'll get you started building out your first interactive prototype in five easy steps. I'll be leveraging some of the skills from the getting started XD QuickStart tutorial. If you've not watched that already you might want to do so, although it's not required.
If you want to follow along with me during this video tutorial, you'll want to make sure you have the XD prototype file open. You can find a link to that file in the download area below this video. Here towards the top we have a number of shortcuts you can use to navigate through the application. You're welcome to review them, or just follow along with me as I point them out during the tutorial.
With those housekeeping items out of the way, let's go ahead and get started on the project. We'll begin with the process of wiring two artboards together as part of a prototype flow.
Prototyping takes your flat designs to the next level and helps to tell a more compelling story. Create interactions and let users navigate the flow to get a realistic understanding of the end product. In this tutorial Dani Beaumont introduces the basics of prototyping so you know how to prototype in Adobe XD. Adobe XD Prototyping features like Auto-Animate, voice triggers, and speech playback will help you create stunning experiences, without leaving Adobe XD.