9 comments

  • Nikola DurkanNikola Durkan, 8 months ago

    States for components look interesting. Hope Figma and Sketch will steal it with pride :)

    3 points
  • UX ING, 8 months ago

    Component states are huge. I feel like the community has been asking for this for awhile.

    2 points
  • Nicholas BurroughsNicholas Burroughs, 8 months ago

    Disappointed there can not be multiple drag interactions on a single object/group. So, you can not drag something to the left, then to the left again, before going back to the right.

    1 point
  • Alex Canning, 8 months ago

    Would love to see a comparison of all these tools in terms of the features they offer, and how complete and usable they are

    1 point
  • Arthur Klepchukov, 8 months ago

    Can someone explain in their own words why component states are better than multiple, similarly-named components? I fail to see the advantage here besides grouping things in one menu…

    0 points
    • Simon Schultz, 8 months ago

      You can do transitions between different states and cleans up the assets panel. Also items you havent overridden still applies through all states. So if you change font size it will apply to all states, instead of having to do multiple componontes.

      0 points