Peter Klaas Vrieswijk

Peter Klaas Vrieswijk

Interaction designer at Soda Studio Joined about 5 years ago

  • 4 stories
  • 20 comments
  • 4 upvotes
  • Posted to Invision Studio demo in Amsterdam, in reply to Rory Smyth , Nov 17, 2017

    It works a lot like Figma does it. So you have a master component and you can override everything of the components. So also color and stuff. But if you want to edit the master component you have to "enter" the symbol. So editing in place and then you can apply those styles to the master or edit the master directly.

    1 point
  • Posted to Invision Studio demo in Amsterdam, in reply to Jrtorrents Dorman , Nov 17, 2017

    Was also there last night. Talked to the engineer that worked on motion. The plays are to implement that timeline like way of motion design in the tool aswell. But it will be in a later version. Also plugins is something a team is working atm.

    0 points
  • Posted to Best libraries / solutions for Animate on scroll?, Nov 02, 2017

    Greensock is a great animation library for the web try using that in combination with Scrollmagic.

    https://greensock.com/http://scrollmagic.io/

    1 point
  • Posted to Best alternative to the magic mouse?, in reply to Michele Zamparo , Sep 11, 2017

    I'm a lefty too and i've been using the Magic trackpad for designing for the last 2 years. Really like it, drag and drop is done quite easily with two finger use. I use my middle finger to move the mouse and my thumb to press down. In this way its quite easy to drag stuff arround. Might be something you're going to have to get used to but the position of my arm on the desk is a lot better then the magic mouse.

    0 points
  • Posted to What is your podcast player?, in reply to Steve McKinney , Jan 22, 2017

    You can trim silence since the last update ;) http://www.shiftyjelly.com/pocketcasts/#features

    1 point
  • Posted to What Happened To Google Maps?, May 01, 2016

    The thing he is missing in his article is that people use maps differently than back in the day. There is search now, so people just enter the name of the town they want to go to and get directions. You also don't have to figure out your current locations because there is GPS to give you a blue dot where you are.

    All in all, yes there is less information on the map, but people don't need it anymore to understand where they are or want to go, people use search now.

    31 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What prototyping tools do you use?, Mar 21, 2016

    For bigger flows and complete prototypes for apps or websites I use Invision and for small interactions and animations, I use Principle. Really happy with Principle, compared to other programs it's really quick for small animations.

    1 point
  • Posted to Tools for web animations?, Oct 02, 2015

    Definitely Principle (www.principleformac.com). Great tool to quickly mockup some animations without code knowledge.

    0 points
  • Posted to Design UI states with Sketch, Sep 27, 2015

    I normally have a page with a styleguide with various default UI elements with all of their states.

    For devs it nice as well to recreate that page to have all standard UI elements in perfect sync with your design.

    5 points
  • Posted to Principle vs Flinto for Mac, Sep 03, 2015

    I really love Principle. I made a few animations with it so far and I guess I ran into the max it is useful for. A short video of the app I created with it for fun: Dictionary app add flow. For this flow there were quite some artboards and animations.

    0 points
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