Keynote does Material Design(vimeo.com)

7 years ago from Andrew Haskin, Interaction Designer at frog

  • Vinay ChilukuriVinay Chilukuri, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    This is super cool.

    For creating interactive prototypes, I know there is Framer (and have been using it myself), but why doesn't anybody talk about Adobe Edge Animate?

    You can add good amount of interactivity, animation and transitions without writing much code. Right? Just asking.

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    • Andrew HaskinAndrew Haskin, 7 years ago

      I've tried Animate during its beta phase. I switched to Hype at the time because it supported multiple art boards or "scenes," and hyperlinking between them. In the end, both were slow to me. Also, neither have Magic Move, which does most of the heavy lifting.

      I'm beginning to learn that the timeline, the backbone of animation tools, are actually a greater hinderance to designers than not...at least during the early phases of a project.

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