Adobe XD Web Design Tutorial For Beginners



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“Adobe XD Web Design Tutorial for Beginners” is Perfect for You if You’re New to Adobe XD and Want to Learn How to Design Web UI and Landing Pages.

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38 comments

  1. By far the best adobe xd tutorials for beginners without unnecessary and unrelated comments like the others. I'm glad you got a lot of tutorials and definitely subscribing this channel!

  2. brother amazing video . and tell me how we recognize tha sizing and gap if we draw a landing page or APP UI designs in illustrator 🙂 reply please i am waiting

  3. Hey! thanks for the video….There's a doubt that always comes to me : How do you know how many pixels are between each word, button or component? of from the margins to the elements?

  4. Hello, It was very nicely teaching… Can you please let us know after creating the design how can we upload it on the internet from start to end I mean? If it is possible… Thank You

  5. Hey, very cool design. I like the clean design that you created and the way you stick to a design hierarchy. I would add a CTA or something to guide your visitor to a product or event. Because now in this design your eyes are drawn to the home button and the read more in the bottom right. I would expect a "read more about this" button underneath the subtitle.

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    I wish there was a follow up for the rest of the pages then how to host it

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