Adobe's creative applications have long represented the pinnacle of professional creative software, and the company's newest addition to the Creative Cloud, 'Adobe XD', is now available for free. The user interface and user experience prototyping software, which was unveiled in beta in October of last year, can be accessed for download as a "starter" version, limiting some of its scope but providing much of the same functionality.
With the free version of Adobe XD, users will only have access to a limited number of fonts from the Creative Cloud library. They'll also only to create one active shared prototype and one active shared design spec, and the app only comes with 2GB of cloud storage. Beyond those limiters, the function for the program is much the same, helping amateur designers to work like the pros.