I'm not really sure why everyone is trying to get these prototyping tools onto iOS; I would never want to work on a phone or iPad, that's why I own a laptop.
Because... some of us want to use tablets for design work?
Great.. Now my clients will think they are designers. I can hear it now. " No thats not how it should be done, see what I did here in Marvel?"
Only now? I've coded a site designed in Microsoft Word.
Hey everyone, we're adding Canvas to our iOS app next month to allow you to design and prototype within the app. It also integrated with Unsplash, Iconfinder and Random User to pull in high quality assets, check it out
@murat - get this onto Android please :(
Really happy to see professional-quality design tools coming to iOS. I'm really looking forward to being able to do the vast majority of my work on iOS in the next couple of years.
is it a sarcastic comment, or do you actually mean it? I am confused.
Oh no, I completely mean it seriously. I definitely see the majority of my work moving to iOS, eventually. I do like OS X (I've made apps for it), but I just find iOS that much more of a pleasure to use.
As the platform matures, I'd like to see iOS devices fill out at the high end (I'm thinking a 24" or so table-top iPad Pro, like a light-table), and I'd like to see the professional grade design programs we need to get our work done come over to iOS. I think apps like Canvas coming over are a great first step, and I'm excited to see what the Sketch of iOS will be.
Super duper excited.
I'm impressed with Marvel App. Is it true that the startup almost failed in the early days and you needed pay day loans to continue? It would make an interesting topic on my podcast. Marvel Founders : Hit me up anytime.