30 comments

  • Josh PuckettJosh Puckett, 7 years ago

    Hey guys! Happy to answer any questions y'all have about Tweak :)

    11 points
    • Braden HammBraden Hamm, 7 years ago

      Will it be a universal app, for iPhone and iPad?

      And will I be able to prototype for the iPhone on and iPad, or will it only be for prototyping iPhone apps on the iPhone, and iPad apps on the iPad?

      I didn't see this covered in any of your dribbble comments.

      0 points
      • Josh PuckettJosh Puckett, 7 years ago

        So short term, it's iPad only, for iPhone apps. Longer term (and what would be viable), there would be an integrated iPhone viewer app, so you make/edit prototypes on iPad but can view them at scale, live on your iPhone. Unclear right now how this would handle iPad prototypes, unfortunately (not a big focus right now for me).

        2 points
        • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, 7 years ago

          There's no OS X app or web app? Seems odd to do work on an iPad, but if it works, i could definitely see sitting on the lawn and cranking out interaction prototypes =]

          Would really love to try this out. Been exploring better ways to communicate interaction concepts to clients, and this really looks intuitive and best of all.. fast.

          1 point
  • Pete LadaPete Lada, 7 years ago

    I want to try this so badly!

    2 points
  • Jordan KoscheiJordan Koschei, 7 years ago

    Saw this at ValioCon. Looks like an incredible tool; can't wait for the release.

    2 points
    • Braden HammBraden Hamm, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

      Was he there doing a demo? Did you get to see more than what's in the videos?

      1 point
      • Jordan KoscheiJordan Koschei, 7 years ago

        He talked us through the videos. If I remember correctly, the actual demo wasn't stable enough for him to show us the full range of what he wanted.

        1 point
  • Cesare Rocchi, 7 years ago

    I am trying to watch the video but it says "Unable to preview this item". Using Safari.

    1 point
    • Tyson SoelbergTyson Soelberg, 7 years ago

      I am so put off by this every time I see it. Likely a bandwidth argument, but still totally not Dropbox.

      0 points
  • Jon GoldJon Gold, 7 years ago

    This is so boss. 100000% in favour of more interaction design tools.

    1 point
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, 7 years ago

    Is there any more info? Looks interesting.

    1 point
  • Mordechai Levi, 7 years ago

    This looks really cool, only thing is how easy its going to be to replicate the animations in Objective-C (and now Swift).

    0 points
    • Braden HammBraden Hamm, 7 years ago

      As far as I know, the code it generates is written in Objective-C, so it's ready to ship.

      0 points
  • Scott StephensScott Stephens, 7 years ago

    This looks like its going to be really useful. One thing I want to know is if it will have a presentation view or a recorder to be able to show clients?

    0 points
  • Sebastian SellingSebastian Selling, 7 years ago

    Looks superb, can't wait to try it out! :D

    0 points
  • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    is it a more advanced version of this? https://github.com/facebook/tweaks

    nevermind. different thing. looks amazing tho

    http://www.tweakapp.co

    0 points
    • Braden Hamm, 7 years ago

      That was confusing for me at first too.

      0 points
      • Josh PuckettJosh Puckett, 7 years ago

        Sorry for the confusion; Tweak was actually up before Facebook announced Tweaks, but we know how they feel about names :) Tweaks is a very different thing (but also immensely useful).

        1 point
  • Brendan GramerBrendan Gramer, 7 years ago

    Looks really interesting. I'd be willing to try a demo trial. Hopefully this is not locked into the cloud and that it functions like an app on my desktop.

    0 points
    • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, 7 years ago

      considering it's made by someone at dropbox, i wouldn't be surprised if its dropbox integration =]

      0 points
      • Brendan GramerBrendan Gramer, 7 years ago

        Then its a non-starter for me. Where I work, we work locally on our drives because InfoSec policies prevents us from working/storing our workfiles in the external cloud.

        0 points
        • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, 7 years ago

          yea, as nice as DB integration is, i don't think it should be a requirement.

          dont quote me on it, that statement was pure speculation based on where he works.

          0 points
        • Josh PuckettJosh Puckett, 7 years ago

          Hey Brendan,

          Right now it only has Dropbox integration, but I'm open to more generalized ways of getting files/images in to Tweak in the future. Dropbox definitely strikes the easiest implementation/most users and upside balance right now.

          3 points
          • Chris SlowikChris Slowik, 7 years ago

            Dropbox is pretty nice and easy for syncing, but for people that have conflicting privacy policies at their company, an alternative would really help broaden your user base.

            Maybe something like ability to load the files from a private server instead of a dropbox account?

            2 points
  • Jack ElliotJack Elliot, 7 years ago

    Not exactly sure what I'm looking at here.

    0 points