When comparing Moqups vs Adobe XD, the Slant community recommends Moqups for most people. In the question“What are the best tools for creating app mockups?” Moqups is ranked 1st while Adobe XD is ranked 4th. The most important reason people chose Moqups is:
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Pro Fast and doesn't require any plugins
Pro Supports 960gs
As well as a standard snap-to-grid, Moqups supports the 960 gridsystem.
Pro Free tier
The Free Plan offers 2 active projects with at most 300 stencils each and 5 MB of storage. This plan does not include: Master Pages, Real Time Collaboration, Privacy Settings, Unlimited Revisions, Unlimited Project Archiving and Teams.
Pro Clean design and very intuitive
Pro Modern Material elements
Pro Keyboard shortcuts
Moqups has an extensive list of keyboard shortcuts. Simply type some A-Z letters to search for components. F1 for an overlay help screen.
Pro Free upgrades for nonprofit/education
Pro Repeat grid is a timesaver
Creating a list of items is simple with "repeat grid." Just create one and use repeat grid to duplicate that item vertically or horizontally. Then drag and drop text or images to create unique entries for each repeated item.
Pro Easy to use interface
It's easy to be productive immediately with XD but it also includes a demo so that you can learn about some of the more powerful features.
Pro Cross platform
It's available on both macOS and Windows.
Pro UI Kits are available for iOS, Material Design, and more
- Google Material Design
- Windows UWP
Pro Share online and gather feedback
Allows mockups to be pushed to the web where collaborators can try the mockup and leave feedback.
Pro Interactive mockups
XD allows you to wire any object to any destination page so that clicking a button asset will take you to a page that you specify.
Mockups can also simulate a scrolling page or window.
Con No tools for animation
It is possible to create transitions, but this feature is very limited.
Con Only good for mockups
XD is not a multi-purpose tool like Sketch. It is not a good tool for logos, icons, or other design assets.