Let me know if this is or isn't helpful and if I should make another.
I'd watch another. Thanks for doing this.
I'd watch 45 more.
That really was awesome though, I was hesitant to try origami because Quartz was so scary. Not no mo'
Now if only you could actually use this in an site/app without extra coding. :)
For comparison, here is the same thing in Framer: http://codepen.io/koenbok/pen/ypzjJ/?editors=001
Another vote for many more videos like this! Would love to see some around the idea of creative page transitions.
Holy crap, this is terrific. I'm working on an iPhone app right now - still in the wireframe phase - but definitely going to look to Origami to prototype interactions to hand off to my developer and show the client.
Awesome! I would definitely watch another as well.
Hey, I posted another one of these over here: https://news.layervault.com/stories/20955
Silly question, but would anyone happen to know of any development software out there that has a similar plug and connect style of functionality? Nothing in particular, just interested in trying out something like that.
(I don't own a Mac at home, so I can't really try out Origami, as much as I would like to!)
Thank you for the suggestion! I'll definitely look into that!
Cycling 74's Max is a node based editor for creating interactive art, design, and music. It's pretty amazing (and expensive) software.
"Make a bouncy button in one minute"
Two minute video. WHAT THE HELL IS THIS?
Kidding. This is great.
Offtopic: What screen recording software are you using?
Screenflow. It's the best, I tried them all. It's unfortunately pretty unstable when you get into complex editing so you have to save a lot :(
Been looking for which software does the motion blur on the mouse. That's all I want haha, Thanks!