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Announcing the Slope Plugin for Adobe XD CC

[fa icon="calendar"] 10/15/18 10:24 AM / by Brian Bosché

Slope is excited to work with Adobe to announce an integration with Adobe XD CC.

It takes teamwork and collaboration to produce creative work, and providing context and clarity is often the difference between success and failure during a project.

Today we’re excited to announce the Slope plugin for Adobe XD. Slope makes it easy for teams to plan, track, and collaborate on creative work, while Adobe XD helps users quickly design, prototype and share interactive prototypes for websites, apps and more, all in one application. The new plugin will streamline the process for designers to manage their work and collaborate with stakeholders. Slope is included as an early developer for Adobe XD’s extensibility platform that was announced at Adobe MAX today. 

With the Slope plugin for Adobe XD, users can:

  • View a list of tasks in Adobe XD that they are assigned to in Slope, and have access to the assigned task’s name, description, version, and due date.
  • Request feedback or approval from stakeholders on prototypes, and stakeholders will be notified of their reviews without the designer ever having to leave XD.

 

"Designers and creatives leveraging Slope alongside Adobe XD and Creative Cloud should have a streamlined experience," said Vijay Vachani, Director Creative Cloud partner platform and ecosystem for Adobe. "By including Slope as an early developer of XD plugins, we are empowering teams to focus their energy on the creative work itself, not the manual tasks associated with project assignments and stakeholder reviews."

We are excited at Slope for the opportunity to work with Adobe and continue to advance our mission of reducing friction in the creative process. To learn more about the Slope plugin for Adobe XD, book a time to speak with Slope HERE, and learn more about Adobe XD CC.

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Brian Bosché

Written by Brian Bosché

Brian is the CEO & Co-Founder of Slope. He previously ran a TernPro Creative, creative agency in Detroit, and worked with technology startups in the original class of Venture for America Fellows.