adrian io

adrian io

Design & Code Joined over 10 years ago via an invitation from Jake K.

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  • Posted to - Design/Dev/Art news, Mar 10, 2020

    This is great Alejandro - thanks for sharing.

    Great information density ;)

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  • Posted to Yes & No Design Studio, in reply to Bole ★ , Feb 26, 2020

    Serious question: what's the benefit of having a symbol as your domain name?

    How are your potential customers going to type in your domain?

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  • Posted to ProtoPie Comes In Where Other Design Tools Are Unable To, in reply to Fredo Tan , Feb 26, 2020

    Thanks Fredo - been a while since I tried it. Will have another play.

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  • Posted to Yes & No Design Studio, in reply to Scott Barron , Feb 26, 2020

    Sorry for my useless comment - but your comment made me laugh.

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  • Posted to Yes & No Design Studio, Feb 26, 2020

    The URL looks like a spam site - so I won't even click on it.

    And based on the comments here so far, why do designers feels like having to change how standard interactions work, i.e. scrolling. It's OK if you're doing an interactive art piece or something, but not when you're selling design servicing to solve business problems etc.

    Remember: Don't Make Me Think

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  • Posted to How do you like to code prototypes?, in reply to Steve O'Connor , Feb 26, 2020

    Yes, Axure is pretty great for those scenarios.

    I don't understand why Axure isn't used more by designers who need to work on web apps. A few of my buddies who work in enterprise organisations (i.e. lots of data and forms) have to use Invision, which is totally unsuitable for prototyping enterprise apps.

    Axure can do both simple click through demos (like Invision etc) or more sophisticated prototypes. And another benefit - Axure is a desktop app (Win & Mac) and exports to HTML.

    Axure isn't really suitable if you want to prototype UI animations, like you can in Principle or Protopie.

    I'm looking forward to the web version of Framer X - which can do both, but requires some coding skills I think, if you want to create some custom components.

    1 point
  • Posted to How do you like to code prototypes?, Feb 26, 2020

    If you don't want to code by hand, but need to have interactive forms, i.e. input fields you can actually type in, need to have control over flow logic then you might want to check out

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  • Posted to ProtoPie Comes In Where Other Design Tools Are Unable To, Feb 26, 2020

    Can protopie do forms and integrate with some real data (json), e.g. if you want to mockup a fintech app.

    Or is it mainly to prototype UI motion?

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  • Posted to Adobe cancels subscriptions for all Venezuelan users due to US sanctions, in reply to Marc Edwards , Oct 08, 2019

    So if you paid for a year, you now have no access to the tools?

    This sucks and Adobe could have done their checks differently and allow access to installed tools to continue until the subscription you already paid for ends.

    This is the reason why I left Adobe after they introduced their subscription model... not being in control of whether I can use the tools or not is really worrying, when you need those tools to put food on the table.

    Thank god for Affinity and other tools.

    EDIT: I know Affinity tools might no be as polished as Adobe's toolset, but I can live with that.

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  • Posted to How To Improve UX Of Web Forms, in reply to Max Snitser , Dec 18, 2018

    Hey, no need to apologise - it wasn't a complaint. Just in case you wanted to fix it ;)

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