by John Valustik

Sample .txt for AdobeXD Repeat Grid

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Combine fields from the list below...
Download TXT
Text & Numbers:
Your Text...
Word
Sentence
Paragraph
0...99
100...9999
10 000...mil
User:
Full Name
First Name
Last Name
Email
Phone #
Web
Username
Twitter
GUID
Address:
Country
State
City
Zip
Street
Address 1
Address 2
Longitude
Latitude
Company:
Name
Web
Business Email
Business Address
Date:
DD/MM/YYYY
MMM DD, YYY
DD
MM
YYYY
Month
Month Short
Day
Day Short
Time:
Time 12
Time 24
HH:MM:SS
Hour
Minute
Second
am/pm

How It Works

About This Tool

AdobeXD is awesome, right. Especially the Repeat Grid feature and possibility to populate it with real data from .txt. What I miss though is something that will generate the data for me in .txt as it's quite tedious to do row by row manually. I think guys from Adobe are working on this feature and it will be integrated in the app. Until that, feel free to use this little handy web app.

This app is serverless so all the functionality and generation of .txt is done on the client side. We can say it's a JAMstack app. And I'm using Netlify to host it for free. Let me know what you think valustik@gmail.com

Why to Design With Real Data?

As designers, we make things functional and beautiful. It's indeed complex and more difficult than it sounds. To achieve great designs, you have to know the context. That's why real data is crucial for designing webs, apps and interfaces. It gives you the context.

Designing with real data also helps you see behind the corner and tackle states that are not obvious at the first sight. And when you see real data in your mockups or prototypes, everything just becomes more real and easier to understand.

Designing With Real Data Using real sample data to make great designs

Why to Go For AdobeXD?

AdobeXD is a new kid on the block. It was called Project Comet but now it's Adobe Experience Design. It's still in BETA but let me tell you, it's rad. I seriously think it's a game changer in our industry.

Why? The smart product managers at Adobe took a look at the market and connected the dots. And with they resources – magic happened. You get a tool where you can do all these things: design, prototype and share. Your current flow is probably jumping from Sketch to InVision all day long. AdobeXD changes that, radically.

What's more, it doesn't introduce any new UI, it's pretty much like Sketch so you will feel at home right away (again super smart move). The difference between Sketch and AdobeXD though, is some rad features that make designer's life easier. One of the best is definitelly repeat grid which magically copies your elements into rows and columns and you can edit them all at once. There is a lot to discover, dive in and check out the best articles about AdobeXD.

AdobeXD Official Website What is Adobe XD And Should You Care? Adobe XD Is A Slick UX Design Tool With Zero Learning Curve VIDEO: AdobeXD Repeat Grid