That background moving with the mouse sends me a little west.... Figma/Axure is a great and powerful tool though!
A very painful migraine just set in.
I'm still trying to make sense of what I just encountered.
Reporting from mobile, over and out.
oooh, please use your desktop machine
- 50 to 60% of all internet users
correct! And I've fixed that
Can you provide some more details around what you were trying to accomplish here?
Sorry for confusing post title. Edited few minutes ago. I'm working on idea how to provide more interactive showcase for client / community with Axure + Figma combination
What am I looking at?
Any chance for a write up of the how and why of this experiment?
I'm confused on how you used both applications. I've always been a fan of how robust Axure is, but it's so damn clunky that I don't do much animation in it. Would be really interested in what you did here...
Yeah, it's still unusual approach at all to animate in Axure. But when you dig deeper in it you'll be impressed with simplicity, imho.
I'm working on idea how to provide more interactive showcase for client / community with Axure + Figma combination. Yes indeed, I have to grab myself up and write something @Medium what I've done here. Soon....
Axure is great as a documentation tool
I don't understand what I just saw. a writeup would be nice. Also that background is really disorienting...
Are the call to action cards in the mobile meant to horizontally scroll? I'm not sure if the execution is really finished here sorry.. I honestly have no idea what this is about.
No, it's a kind of feel-like-real clickable prototype at the left, and just a bundle of the same graphics grouped at huge layout and scrollable without additional actions