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Design Prototyping with Adobe XD Interactivity in Adobe XD Sharing Designs

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Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,855 Points

Hi Andrés Pardo Rodríguez

I disagree. I feel this course covered exactly what should have been covered, nothing more and nothing less, which is how a course should be.
This is a course on how to use Adobe XD, in other words, its functionality, and that is exactly what Nick taught. All the tools were covered and all the functionality was covered.
This was not a design course, nor is it meant to be. So, to cover "creating menus and animations" or "colors, styles and symbols" as you've stated would be irrelevant to this course. Those are artistic and design techniques that need to be covered in a design course specifically produced for that purpose, not a functionality course.

If you would like to suggest such a course, you could submit a suggestion to the support guys. They love to get content suggestions from us.

:) :dizzy: