New Adobe XD tutorial – Learn how to Design a travel app (UI/UX design tutorial)

Whats’ up guys? Welcome back to XDGuru! In this second Adobe XD tutorial, I’ll show you how to design a screen for a travel app .

You are going to learn a few interesting things in this 40 minutes video: how easy it is to design several icons from scratch, how to use gradients (new feature just launched in the latest Adobe XD August release) and how practical it is to replicate content in your design by using the “Repeat Grid” feature… and much more.

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Thanks for watching!

Click here to download the source .xd file

iOS Permission screens

iOS mobile permission screens – Free .xd file

In our first Adobe XD tutorial we designed two clean and simple iOS permission screens.

You generally see this sort of screens when installing new apps.. often app developers ask your permission to use your GPS location, your camera or to send you push notifications, before showing you the native iOS prompt.

You can download the Adobe XD source file for free.

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Welcome to XDGuru! Here’s our first Adobe XD tutorial

Hey guys,

welcome to! This is my very first post and I am very excited to start this new adventure.

My name is Luca and I am a UI/UX designer based in London.

UI/UX design is not only my job, it’s also one of my biggest passions. Actually I don’t even consider it a job, it’s a hobby which eventually allows me to make some money 🙂

In this blog I would like to share my knowledge with you guys and post tutorials and tips for a new pretty cool piece of software which was launched a few months ago by Adobe: Adobe XD (Experience Design).


At the time of writing this post (August 2016), Adobe XD is still in a free Preview version, and available only for Mac. What we have at the moment is still far away from a fully functional design tool like Sketch, or even Photoshop. Plenty of important features are still missing, and the software is just not yet ready to be used for real projects / real client work.

But we are not that far away: the guys at Adobe are doing a great job listening to the design community (maybe for the first time ever, I dare say), and they are iterating quite fast by releasing new updates on a monthly basis.

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