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こんにちは。

 

レスポンシブサイズの変更に関しまして、

共有リンクにて、ウィンドウサイズに応じてサイズの可変はできるのでしょうか?

リサイズは別データで作り直す必要があるのでしょうか?

 

データの作り方がわかる方がいらっしゃいましたらご教授願います。

 

 

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Using the Responsive feature in Adobe XD is meant to produce designs of variable sizes easier for you – not to let viewers see a design flexibly scale. Users will hardly ever grab a window and see how if flexes. And team members testers who have a differently sized mobile or browser, should keep in mind that we're not designing it for their specific size but merely some crucial 'breakpoint' sizes. How the design will eventually and technically scale, that's up to the front-end developers to make it happen...

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レスポンシブサイズの変更

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こんにちは。

 

レスポンシブサイズの変更に関しまして、

共有リンクにて、ウィンドウサイズに応じてサイズの可変はできるのでしょうか?

リサイズは別データで作り直す必要があるのでしょうか?

 

データの作り方がわかる方がいらっしゃいましたらご教授願います。

 

 

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Correct answer by Peter Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Using the Responsive feature in Adobe XD is meant to produce designs of variable sizes easier for you – not to let viewers see a design flexibly scale. Users will hardly ever grab a window and see how if flexes. And team members testers who have a differently sized mobile or browser, should keep in mind that we're not designing it for their specific size but merely some crucial 'breakpoint' sizes. How the design will eventually and technically scale, that's up to the front-end developers to make it happen...

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. I'd request if you can explain a bit more of what exactly you want to achieve? Is it like that you have created a prototype for mobile application and you want to resize it for the web? You can also refer to this help article: https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/help/using-responsive-resize.html#

 

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Rishabh

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ご回答ありがとうございます。

 

WEB用にデザインを作成しました。

様々なウィンドウサイズに対応できるようにしたいです。

 

デザインをリンクにて共有した際に、ウィンドウサイズを拡大縮小し、

それに追従するようにデザインを変更することはできますでしょうか?

 

ご回答、よろしくお願い致します。

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Thanks for explaining. You will need to first design the prototype for various window sizes, you can use responsive resize feature in that, and then you can share the link. If you have already shared the link for the web design and you want to add design for different sizes in the prototype, then you will need to design for different window sizes and then update the link. 

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Using the Responsive feature in Adobe XD is meant to produce designs of variable sizes easier for you – not to let viewers see a design flexibly scale. Users will hardly ever grab a window and see how if flexes. And team members testers who have a differently sized mobile or browser, should keep in mind that we're not designing it for their specific size but merely some crucial 'breakpoint' sizes. How the design will eventually and technically scale, that's up to the front-end developers to make it happen...

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