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[Onboarding]-Adobe XD Kit interfaz

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Hola a todos como estan, tengo una duda y buscando en varios videos o paginas no logro encontrar o entender como resolverlo, queria saber como hago para crear mi propio Kit con cosas que voy sacando de otros lados, cuando bajo algun kit me abre todo el proyecto, pero mi idea es si realizo un proyecyo nuevo usar algunas funciones de los demas el tema es que al empezar un proyecto de cero cuando abro no tengo nada y si abro otro kit me trae todo el proyecto.

Por ejemplo si necesito la barra de estado para poner arriba para no armarla cada vez de cero como la dejo en mis archivos cada vez que inicio un proyecto de cero.

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Correct answer by Peter_Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Users tend to give the recycling of materials all kinds of jargon: kit, template, style guide, pattern library, whatever...

But in Adobe XD these are all just plain project files like others. You might prepare such a file to have a specific artboard pre-filled with all the elements you'd like to re-use, or already specify a ton of Assets in them. But these are nothing more or less than a regular document.

 

The only other way to re-use elements in a centralized way, is to start using Adobe CC Libraries, and create a separate Project to store your colors, styles, and other materials. You can access and manage these projects across all popular Adobe applications.

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[Onboarding]-Adobe XD Kit interfaz

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Hola a todos como estan, tengo una duda y buscando en varios videos o paginas no logro encontrar o entender como resolverlo, queria saber como hago para crear mi propio Kit con cosas que voy sacando de otros lados, cuando bajo algun kit me abre todo el proyecto, pero mi idea es si realizo un proyecyo nuevo usar algunas funciones de los demas el tema es que al empezar un proyecto de cero cuando abro no tengo nada y si abro otro kit me trae todo el proyecto.

Por ejemplo si necesito la barra de estado para poner arriba para no armarla cada vez de cero como la dejo en mis archivos cada vez que inicio un proyecto de cero.

Gracias 

saludos

 

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Correct answer by Peter_Villevoye | Adobe Community Professional

Users tend to give the recycling of materials all kinds of jargon: kit, template, style guide, pattern library, whatever...

But in Adobe XD these are all just plain project files like others. You might prepare such a file to have a specific artboard pre-filled with all the elements you'd like to re-use, or already specify a ton of Assets in them. But these are nothing more or less than a regular document.

 

The only other way to re-use elements in a centralized way, is to start using Adobe CC Libraries, and create a separate Project to store your colors, styles, and other materials. You can access and manage these projects across all popular Adobe applications.

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Users tend to give the recycling of materials all kinds of jargon: kit, template, style guide, pattern library, whatever...

But in Adobe XD these are all just plain project files like others. You might prepare such a file to have a specific artboard pre-filled with all the elements you'd like to re-use, or already specify a ton of Assets in them. But these are nothing more or less than a regular document.

 

The only other way to re-use elements in a centralized way, is to start using Adobe CC Libraries, and create a separate Project to store your colors, styles, and other materials. You can access and manage these projects across all popular Adobe applications.

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Peter, gracias por la respuesta creo entender lo que me explicas. Voy armar mi propia mesa de trabajo y siempre la idea sería al empezar un nuevo proyecto, salir desde el archivo base en el cual tengo mis herramientas.

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