8 comments

  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, 2 years ago

    I've been experimenting with it and it's awesome! It's a mix of Sketch, Axure, Invision, Principle, and XD all baked into 1. Go NZ!

    So far I particularly like the variables and linking with Google Spreadsheets and the custom CSS. If the editor doesn't have something, CSS definitely has it (Like border radius on 1 corner). I even did a gradient in CSS.

    5 points
    • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, 2 years ago

      Yeah. The CSS styling capabilities alone make this incredible. I can finally specify border-bottom only.

      2 points
    • Gavin McFarlandGavin McFarland, 2 years ago

      Do you know if they have fixed the "replace image" feature? When I had a trial it would only replace one instance of your image which meant you had to re-add your images on every page which made the "replace image" feature pointless.

      I had fairly positive experience using Atomic though, just some basic features like that seemed unfinished at the time.

      1 point
      • Dave KeyesDave Keyes, 2 years ago

        Hey Gavin. Atomic now has symbol-like Components for reuse, meaning that if you update a component, all instances of it across the entire project will be instantly updated too. You can have an image as a component if you like, or a lot more. Check out videos 14 and 16 over here: https://atomic.io/learn \m/

        0 points
        • Gavin McFarlandGavin McFarland, 2 years ago

          Hi Dave, thanks for the reply. I'm aware of the components. Seems like a bit of a hack though, as I'd have to put every image inside a component. What if I accidentally forget one time? I'm not ready for that experience.

          0 points
  • Joe CJoe C, 2 years ago

    This looks great. Conditional logic is really what I think will put this in front of other tools I'm using on a daily basis. Marvel/Invision become extremely cumbersome, for example when I have a single form with 4 or 5 different states based on a single selection, I have to make and maintain all those screens. Hopefully Atomic can help me to keep it all together (metaphorically and literally ;) )

    1 point
  • Brian HintonBrian Hinton, 2 years ago

    Definitely is an incredible tool.

    1 point
  • Eliot SlevinEliot Slevin, 2 years ago

    Atomic just gets better and better. I feel like it's had some performance increases since I last looked at it

    0 points