21 comments

  • Account deleted over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    wut

    4 points
  • Nick van der WildtNick van der Wildt, over 5 years ago

    I'm not saying it hasn't, Paper looks and sounds amazing (can't try it, because I don't live in the US), but there something about "has forever changed" that makes me feel itchy.

    Other than that, very interesting read. I wonder if Facebook users will pick up on Paper in the future.

    3 points
    • joe andersonjoe anderson, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

      I think it changes it a lot given how cookie cutter most mobile apps started to feel. But you're right "forever changed" doesn't seem too accurate with the context purely aimed at origami and other tools

      0 points
  • Ben LeeBen Lee, over 5 years ago

    This might be correct if we had access to Facebook's QC-on-iOS tool.

    2 points
  • Nathan ManousosNathan Manousos, over 5 years ago

    This is pretty interesting. It seems like they are overselling the value of Origami though. I'm going to start using it today and find out :)

    2 points
    • Matt Achariam, over 5 years ago

      This also clearly demonstrates there is a need for well thought out app for motion & interaction design. All the current solutions are more like hacks built on existing software.

      2 points
      • Nick van der WildtNick van der Wildt, over 5 years ago

        I wonder if there are already startups out there that are really tackling the problem on this one. I'm sure in a few years we'll all laugh at how cumbersome our processes used to be around interaction design, but I have yet to come across an app that has plans to solve this problem.

        0 points
  • Dan LeboDan Lebo, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    I highly recommend learning Quartz Composer. Within 3 weeks of opening it for the first time I've already incorporated it into my every day workflow and can't imagine designing without it.

    0 points
  • Aaron SagrayAaron Sagray, over 5 years ago

    I'm interested to see how this app plays out beyond the technorati. The animations are gorgeous, and the micro-interactions are very well thought-out. However, I don't see this as a good consumption medium, simply because discovery isn't as efficient. The app feels claustrophobic to me. I think that's because they chose horizontal scrolling, which doesn't seem to work well for this device frame and content type.

    0 points