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For a long time i've been learning and improving my skills with UX and UI design, i completely know how to manage tools like Adobe XD or Invision Studio (not Sketch because I don't have a Mac), but I still have a single question: how do you guys deliver the projects to your clients? You export the screens you made as PNG files and compact it; send the raw file (.xd or .sketch, for example); or there's something else? Please, let me know.

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  • You could ask your clients about their preferences. – Adriano Sep 5 at 3:26
  • This is a broad question for the main site, not suitable for the Q&A format (there won't be just one correct answer) maybe you could ask on Graphic Design Meta – Luciano Sep 5 at 8:35
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    Welcome to Graphic Design. Unfortunately, I see several problems with your question: 1) It is a survey, not a request for general information (which is what we do). 2) It appears to be more about UX than graphic design, but it’s hard to tell without further details. 3) Your situation is not very specific. — If you can, please edit your question to address this or ask on User Experience. For example you could describe your situation in more details and ask something along the lines of: “I would deliver in form of …, but I have doubt about this, namely … Is this a problem and how can I solve this?” – Wrzlprmft Sep 5 at 8:59
  • @Luciano: I fail to see how this would be on-topic on Meta. – Wrzlprmft Sep 5 at 8:59
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I always try to meet with the client in person, so I can explain my design choices and show the design directly in person.

If that is not possible then I will make a prototype in Invision or Marvel and send a link to the client. I make sure that the settings are correct so my prototype looks good on different screen sizes (no horizontal scroll bars etc.).

Sometimes besides my Prototype I make a small project file, where I show my choices, colors, typography, pictures etc. There are a lot of examples on sites like Behance.

It is really important that the clients understands the story and your choices, so try to explain this as good as possible. Don't be afraid to be creative when presenting your work!

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