I am starting to make a new portfolio website in XD, and so far I really like the software! However im a bit hesitant, to continue and finish it now. Adding everything I did the last 10 years is a lot of work and maintaining it the next years as well. Having a great site would be worth it of cours.
HOWEVER.... if XD would stop being supported in 5 years because Adobe doesn't find it profitable (or whatever reasons they would have)... would I then have to go and build an entire new website? Cos if that is the case, im definitely going to re asses my strategy.
Does anyone have an insight on this or have also thought about this issue and has a plan? I'd love to hear others POV on this!
I am curious as to know how and why you are building a website in XD. XD is a software for prototyping and does not generate HTML code at the backend for you to export it as an HTML page that can be hosted on a browser.
You can create a prototype in XD that can export CSS and assets that you can use for further development in an HTML editor.