Be nice. Or else.
Also, drinking 8 glasses of water a day is up for debate too. https://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/25/upshot/no-you-do-not-have-to-drink-8-glasses-of-water-a-day.html
I like the subliminal look over her left shoulder :)
I find it a little bit unnerving that Anima is relying on one of two outcomes:
Sketch will never implement these sorts of features into their core product.
Sketch will acquire the Anima team.
If Sketch decides to introduce all of these features inside of Sketch, there's no real reason to continue with Anima.
Figma's been killing it lately. I love their weeklong sprints and getting "Figma Wednesdays" with new updates and bug fixes. The community is pretty vibrant too over on Spectrum.chat.
I'm kind of disappointed to have the name spoiled in the title like this. Maybe let the others that like the little surprises to stay surprises ☹️
Design is solid. I especially like the flowchart style for the "How it Works" section. Ticked the box for being in-fashion with the euro-style people illustrations.
That pricing though... Holy moly $61/mo for the first tier after "free".
Right, I think that's my point. Affinity Designer is currently $50 one-time fee and look at the abundance of features it has. This would be at least $144 for a year.
This looks like a pretty great tool, but I really wish that all of these standalone apps didn't come with a subscription tied to it. I can see using Spirit every now and then for projects, but having a constant bill of $15/mo when I'm working on something else besides animation would just make me feel negatively towards it every time I use it. I could see this easily being a $30 or $50 one-time app purchase. Compare this to the complexity of some of the $50 Affinity apps and I start to devalue it quickly. $144/yr for this very specific tool? I'm not too sure.
Great work! I'll also upvote anything promoting Webflow
I've been a fan of some of the groups on Spectrum.chat. The Figma community there is especially active. https://spectrum.chat/figma
Be nice. Or else.
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