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How to Share site Link and issues with export quality

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1. Suppose I made a site with a width of 1920 pixels, I send the prototype to the customer by reference, but it has an extension less than 1440, for example, how to make the site not shrink, to open 1: 1 and the edges go beyond the screen.

2. When generating a prototype by reference, images lose quality, blur (the source in Photoshop is normal) - how to fix it?

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Designing at 1920 is not typically the best idea. That's a very large screen resolution that not a lot of people have. I recommend designing for a more average desktop resolution such as 1280, 1366 or 1440. I am honestly surprised that XD includes a preset for 1920 (as a default) instead of 1440 which is much more common.

 

Currently prototypes are scaled to fit the window. If you'd like an option to view at 100%, please look on https://adobexd.uservoice.com to see if that feature request exists. If it does, upvote it to let Adobe know. If it doesn't, then create a new feature request.

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How to Share site Link and issues with export quality

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1. Suppose I made a site with a width of 1920 pixels, I send the prototype to the customer by reference, but it has an extension less than 1440, for example, how to make the site not shrink, to open 1: 1 and the edges go beyond the screen.

2. When generating a prototype by reference, images lose quality, blur (the source in Photoshop is normal) - how to fix it?

Thanks.

 

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Correct answer by Dan Rodney | Adobe Community Professional

Designing at 1920 is not typically the best idea. That's a very large screen resolution that not a lot of people have. I recommend designing for a more average desktop resolution such as 1280, 1366 or 1440. I am honestly surprised that XD includes a preset for 1920 (as a default) instead of 1440 which is much more common.

 

Currently prototypes are scaled to fit the window. If you'd like an option to view at 100%, please look on https://adobexd.uservoice.com to see if that feature request exists. If it does, upvote it to let Adobe know. If it doesn't, then create a new feature request.

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. Regarding the first question, I'll check on that and will get back to you. For the second concern, could you please refer to this blog: https://medium.com/thinking-design/protip-exporting-assets-in-adobe-xd-c586996de703 and let us know if this helps.

 

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Rishabh

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Designing at 1920 is not typically the best idea. That's a very large screen resolution that not a lot of people have. I recommend designing for a more average desktop resolution such as 1280, 1366 or 1440. I am honestly surprised that XD includes a preset for 1920 (as a default) instead of 1440 which is much more common.

 

Currently prototypes are scaled to fit the window. If you'd like an option to view at 100%, please look on https://adobexd.uservoice.com to see if that feature request exists. If it does, upvote it to let Adobe know. If it doesn't, then create a new feature request.


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