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Linton Ye

Founder at jimu Labs Joined almost 4 years ago

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  • Posted to Framer X: the hype, the powers, the challenges and the grand vision, in reply to Taylor Ling , Jun 26, 2018

    Hey Taylor! Nice to see you here!

    My guess is that it'd be React/React Native only at least for V1. Android/iOS native would be totally a different beast to support.

    Then it'd be really good if they find a way to sync/generate Android layouts. Android Studio will perhaps never become a tool for designers... just saying. :)

    0 points
  • Posted to Framer X: the hype, the powers, the challenges and the grand vision, in reply to Brad McNally , Jun 25, 2018

    yup. I'm not able to go. Would someone who manages to attend come back and tell me how much I was right (and wrong)? :) Unless they have a NDA in place.

    1 point
  • Posted to Announcing Framer X — React, meet design, in reply to Bart S , Jun 13, 2018

    Thanks for sharing Bart. This is a lot more informative. Sounds like they are switching from CoffeeScript to ES6/React?

    9 points
  • Posted to Announcing Framer X — React, meet design, in reply to Krijn Rijshouwer , Jun 13, 2018

    unfortunately the teaser video doesn't say much more than the title of this post.

    6 points
  • Posted to What's the best non-Adobe product for animation design? And where are the best tutorials for that product?, May 20, 2018

    Have you tried Haiku? One of the cool things it does is its tight integration with development. You can create an animation in Haiku and export the result as React component or Lottie file, which can be directly used in production without losing fidelity.

    1 point
  • Posted to How to deal with Developers who are reluctant to change?, in reply to Stephen Hill , Mar 23, 2018

    Hey Stephen, I'm the creator of learnreact.design.

    Just in case if you need any help in learning React. Are you familiar with HTML/CSS/JavaScript? I'm preparing a free email course that helps people get up to speed with the basics if they are not familiar with HTML/CSS/JavaScript. Let me know if you are interested!

    Feel free to ping me and I'll try to help wherever you need it.

    1 point
  • Posted to How to deal with Developers who are reluctant to change?, in reply to Jimmy Hooker , Mar 23, 2018

    Hey Jimmy! Author of the learnreact.design course here.

    Thanks a lot for mentioning my course. I completely agree with your points above which is why I created the course in the first place.

    It'd be much easier to work with devs if a designer can speak devs' language and show them that your design is not just pixels in Sketch but actually backed by code. They'd respect your design a lot more. Also completely agree that it's really compelling to be able to dig into actual product codebase and tweak things there. As long as you learn the basics, learn how to set up things, get the project running, and have a sense of where to look at and which file to change, it'd be life-changing since you can start contributing your design into the final product without someone else's help.

    4 points
  • Posted to What are the design related websites you visit at least once a week besides DN?, in reply to Olivier F , Feb 23, 2018

    This is actually a good idea for a new site. First showcasing designs, after clicking into the design, an article discussing the implementation: the tech stack, tips and tricks etc.

    1 point
  • Posted to Please critique: learnreact.design, in reply to Anthony Irwin , Feb 16, 2018

    Thanks a lot for the feedback Anthony! I've added these to my list. Let me fix them one by one as time allows!

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  • Posted to Please critique: learnreact.design, in reply to Steven Cavins , Feb 15, 2018

    Yup Basecamp does look decent. Hmm.. let me think about how to remove the feel of "a very long good doc"..

    Thanks a lot for the feedback, Steven!

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