When I've done the design and client wants just save it for the future. How can I GIVE it to him? Apart from sending XD file is there any way to give to the client design in form like it represented when it's shared via xd.Adobe.com? Meaning with possibility to see all style specs.
Thanks for the link, but this doesn't really answer my question. I want to send my design to a client with all the specs I usually have when I share my design via xd.adobe.com. I can see that I can export it to PDF or send a link, but I was wondering how to give the link or a file when the client has whole control over it. When I send a link it still somehow belongs to me. Does it make any sense?
I think you need to send your original project file to client directly -without sharing. May be that can be another solution.
As I understand XD can't support that at this moment. Please use adobexd.uservoice.com this is the best place to send XD Team feature requests. Your contributions can help us shape the future of Adobe XD.
Within XD there's no way to transfer ownership of a file, but you can send them the XD file. They can get a free version of XD (the starter plan) to open the file and share it to get the specs.
Here is the direct link for the feature request: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007-adobe-xd-feature-requests/suggestions/20173018-transfer-... We would request you to please submit your feedback and upvote the request to add your voice.
This is probably a good feature, but this post isn't about it. I would imagine an offline version of the prototype that a client can access at xd.adobe.com. With all the comments, specs, details etc. but in some sort of PDF or maybe HTML but offline. Clients like to have something locked in a safe or printed out in a folder. Needless to say that transferring anything in the Adobe ecosystem to a client who has zero interest in having an Adobe account is a useless idea.