According to Adobe, its latest Creative Cloud integration is designed to help users more quickly and easily find their Adobe XD document on Dropbox without the need for even opening the file itself.

In addition to allowing previews of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator files stored in Dropbox, users can now get a fast preview of files created in XD—a graphics format used for designing, prototyping, and sharing user experiences on either or mobile apps.

The Adobe XD lets UX/UI designers switch from design to prototype inside the app itself, which means users can work on interactive prototypes without interruption. 

With the new integration, users can also share and preview XD files with any collaborator on a team from Dropbox and streamline design collaboration without disrupting your workflow. 

“Adobe XD is an innovative all-in-one tool for UX designers, and we’re excited to bring the power of Dropbox, Adobe XD and Creative Cloud to our joint users,” says Daniel Wagner, engineering lead, Dropbox Previews. 

“Our goal is to unleash creative energy through an expanding partner ecosystem and connect design tools like Adobe XD with core Dropbox mobile, web and desktop products,” he says.

Kate Eom, senior product manager for Adobe XD, says that, “Now, designers and their extended team members can preview XD from Dropbox without opening the file.”