I'm using adobe XD for UX projects on windows, but due to security I can't share it through adobe cloud network. Is there a way to use it confidentionally offline somehow for prototyping designs with customers?

I also googled it and was amazed, because as I got it (from here), it isn't new (it's from March 2016 - 2 years!) and many people have the same security policy in their companies (for a reason), but perhaps there's some workarounds.

I doubt there is an alternative for adobe XD on windows, but if you have anything, please share you thoughts.

  • Sketch is a good alternative. – Ovaryraptor Apr 25 '18 at 17:18
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    But sketch isn't available on windows – jaxajap Apr 25 '18 at 17:23
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    Oops missed that. Avocode isn't bad, and Figma has promise. Sad reality is Adobe is slow and rolling out features so you might just be out of luck. – Ovaryraptor Apr 25 '18 at 17:54
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    So, email your client the files? If they don't have XD to view them, what about simple screen captures? – Billy Kerr Apr 25 '18 at 20:41
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    Or use an online editor like gravit - I have no affiliation with this site. – Billy Kerr Apr 25 '18 at 21:37

You can share it protected with a password enter image description here

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    OP states "I can't share it through adobe cloud network" so that doesn't answer it. – Luciano Feb 7 at 12:36

I think adobe XD is something you can keep holding on to, it's really promising. Since you can't use the cloud share, try capturing each artboard(export the entire art board with ctrl+e) or you could record a prototype while you're using it on the system by clicking on a grey dot on the top left hand side of the menu bar.

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For recording options, use (windows key+G)

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