Overflow announces integration with Adobe XD
Overflow recently announced their plugin for Adobe XD. Overflow is a new desktop app that integrates with design tools to allow designers to create beautiful, playable, and shareable user flow diagrams in virtually no time.
Supposedly reinventing how user flow diagramming should be done, Overflow empowers designers to communicate their designs in a new, impactful way.
Since its beta launch in March earlier this year, Overflow has become the favourite tool for thousands of designers to share and communicate their designs to their teams and stakeholders.
This announcement coincides with the launch of the Adobe XD Ecosystem during the Adobe MAX 2018 creativity conference in Los Angeles.
In order to achieve this simultaneous release, the Overflow team had to collaborate closely with the Adobe XD team while the APIs where still being developed.
The integration means that Adobe XD users can now sync their designs into Overflow with just the press of a button.
“Since our beta launch, Adobe XD integration was one of the most requested features from our users. We have worked closely with the Adobe XD team and today, we’re ready to welcome Adobe XD users to Overflow,” said Alexis Piperides, CEO of Protoio during their participation at the Adobe MAX conference where the integration was announced.
He added that Overflow’s mission is to “integrate with every design tool, so all designers can present their designs more effectively, no matter their preferred platform”
Overflow also showcased its latest update, offering new features and improvements and paving the way out of beta and towards the first release candidate, expected later this year.