Be nice. Or else.
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Communicating release dates is software suicide.
That's great, but when you work at a company with its own established iconset and your only use for Noun Project is for placeholders in your own side projects, then it is prohibitive. Then I am just throwing money into the ether.
Its no big deal, its a really convenient perk for subscribers, but I guess I just have to keep copying the EPS from source.
9.99/mo for something i'm not even guaranteed to use 100% of the time is complete overkill.
I'd be okay with it dropping small raster graphics in my document unless i was subscribed, but I'm not going to knowingly throw money into the ether.
This is a great update, guys. Excited for the future!
Its a total power user product, but at the end of the day, keyboard replacements are all power user products. I like it, but I realize its not for everyone.
My point was mostly that the keyboard in the Kickstarter already exists in the App Store today, so there's no need to back that specific keyboard, unless you really like its visual design. (Which for me, would never be a big enough dealbreaker :)
Most of these features are already available in Nintype, which I highly recommend. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nintype/id796959534?mt=8
The only thing its missing is the quick Emoji support, which honestly isn't a dealbreaker.
Unwarranted negativity and douchebaggery aside, you've been designing for a long time, so you surely must remember just a few years ago when there were no prototyping tools.
I think having 100 is much better than one, or two, or none. More competition will trigger more innovation, and prototyping tools will get better. That's something everyone benefits from.
POP is mostly just for using paper mockups and it shows. Its a great product, but Prott proves a lot easier to use with the web interface, while still retaining the ability to edit on mobile.
Its also really well-designed too, so its at least worth checking out with a free account.