In Adobe XD, you typically draw hotspots over areas you would like to be clickable and by choosing the destination artboard of the hotspot you can create interactive prototypes. However, once you publish your Indigo.Design-based project to our cloud it will automatically detect components and let you easily choose the destination screen to create the same experience for the end user without cluttering your design file with hotspots.
It has almost become a standard for designers to download a free UI Kit, copy some of its components, then paste and arrange them in a layout to meet the needs of their projects. However, Indigo.Design is more than a UI Kit, it is a native Adobe XD Library, which can be added to one’s creative cloud account with a single click and then easily accessed from the “Libraries” panel. Furthermore, with a component instance linked to the main component in the source library, you will automatically get updates as the design system evolves. Also, this paradigm assures a single source of truth which is one of the core characteristics of a true design system.