Jon Rundle

Product Designer @ Envoy Joined over 5 years ago via an invitation from Michiel d. Jon has invited Ev Fletcher, Andrew Procter

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  • Posted to Learn how to build a simple card animation in Framer X, in reply to Sebastian Winther , Nov 23, 2018

    There is another way you could do this. You can build custom components in Framer X that you can toggle states on/off with. For example there's some good iOS status bars available in the Framer store and you'll see how those have these different states you can toggle on and off.

    Essentially the same thing could have been done with what I have here this was meant more to show the micro-interaction of changing the state through animation but if you wanted that kind of control in the canvas and be able to use it on different artboards more statically that would be possible too. It's a bit of a different workflow but would definitely make sense based on what needs you had for your designs. I can see either one being useful for their own reasons. Hope that makes sense :)

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  • Posted to Learn how to build a simple card animation in Framer X, in reply to Jason Festa , Nov 23, 2018

    Yeah I had used the original framer basically since the beginning when it first came out and was code only. The jump to Framer X was definitely quite a different one so I would say you don't need to have previous Framer knowledge to be able to jump into Framer X. Most of it was a re-learning experience for me.

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  • Posted to Meet the design team at Envoy!, Apr 17, 2018

    We’re the design team at Envoy, and we’re excited to come out from behind the pixels and finally say hello. Thanks for being here! ✨

    Like many design teams, we fancy ourselves big thinkers and problem-solvers, but we try not to take ourselves too seriously along the way. In our stories, we’ll share a little bit of all of that — from practical resources to personal insights and everything in between.

    You’ll also get to know our team here, too. As a small group of writers, product designers, and visual designers, we each have a big impact on what design means at Envoy. We all have a different backgrounds, unique passions, and personal obsessions (brunch, anyone?) that we’re excited to let you in on.

    While we plan to give you a peek inside all things Envoy, we hope you’ll share your stories with us, too. Let’s connect on Twitter, Dribbble, or right here in the comments.

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Luke Beard , Apr 29, 2017

    It's true man :( We can still be bff's though, just move here :) Canada's the best <3

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Nick Ciliak , Apr 28, 2017

    Thanks Nick :) yeah I hope to turn it into more of a portfolio one day too

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Cory Malnarick , Apr 28, 2017

    Hey Cory! Thanks for the thoughtful comment :) I totally agree and that was definitely more of what my intention was. I'd love to post something else soon that has more of a critique component to it as well. There's a lot of value in getting the communities feedback on that kind of thing

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Nuro Azhar , Apr 28, 2017

    Thanks man :)

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, Apr 28, 2017

    Sorry all if I gave the wrong impression with posting this. I wasn't necessarily looking for feedback on the content of the site, more just wanted to show a little project I had built, had some fun making the little day/night mode and thought others might find it fun :)

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Nuro Azhar , Apr 28, 2017

    Yeah that's fair, I guess I wasn't necessarily looking for some specific feedback but just wanted to show something I had built. Probably a bit too self promotional :/

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  • Posted to Jon Rundle - Product Designer, in reply to Tim Resudek , Apr 28, 2017

    I'm just curious why a personal site has to be "something" or that it's bad that it can be consumed in 5 seconds? It's a personal site so it should be however I want it to be. I wanted something that simply links out to where I work and to my dribbble page in case people wanted to follow me there. I'm not claiming it to be something it's not

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