Learn how to bring assets from Adobe Illustrator into your XD projects.

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What you learned: How to import assets from Illustrator using two methods

Methods for importing assets from Illustrator

There are several methods you can use to import assets from Illustrator, including pasting Illustrator assets into XD, importing them using the Import command, dragging them into your XD document from a folder, opening an Illustrator (.AI) document in XD, and importing an Illustrator (.AI) document into your existing XD document.

Importing Illustrator assets using the Import command

  • Choose File > Import (MacOS) or click the menu in the upper-left corner and choose Import (Windows). Select an Illustrator (.AI) document and click Import.

If the imported Illustrator file has artboards, those artboards are placed in XD along with the artwork on them. If the imported Illustrator file doesn’t have artboards, the assets are placed at the center of the canvas.

Importing Illustrator assets using the Open command

  • Choose File > Open From Your Computer (MacOS) or click the menu in the upper-left corner and choose Open From Your Computer (Windows). Select an Illustrator (.AI) document and click Open.

The Illustrator document is opened in XD and converted to an XD document. After you open your files, you can edit them in XD, copy content and artboards between XD documents, wire interactions, and share them as prototypes or design specs.

See a list of supported and non-supported features for Illustrator files opened in XD

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