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Invision Studio has been hyped for so so long that I've lost all interest in actually trying it out anymore. Too little too late guys.
It took me almost a full year of back and forth to convert from Photoshop to Sketch and it took me a single day to try out Figma and not want to go back.
All the usual design tools are exactly as nice as in Sketch but a lot of nice details added. (Resize image and it automatically crops image instead of distorting it).
Loved that it allowed for me to ditch InVision and have all the prototypes automatically update without having to go through each view and export them.
Now with the concepts of embedded live designs we’re seriously looking into having an automated internal design guide hosted on a separate domain.
I’m a fan.
You can actually download their Mac app, design offline and export the file to .fig as far as I know.
Hey guys, I made a site to collect all the tutorials, articles and code repos about ARKit, since I know many of us are super excited about playing with this new tech and seeing what we can come up with. Nothing special, and I know – looks a lot like IndieHackers :D but I wanted to launch this thing and have it be put to use, instead of having it die in the drawers like a lot of sideprojects tend to do.
Relevant and worth rewatching every single time. ❤️
All points, except not owning your files, are pretty nonsense. I get that everybody likes to pay as little as possible, but building a high qualty software takes a ridiculous amount of effort and money.
I would rather know that the product I use stands on a strong ground, rather than saving few hunderd bucks and have the company go out of business because of an unsustainable business model.
I've often benefited from getting inspired by various unsolicited redesigns. I see them as stylistic exercises, not real UX designs. Why get so worked up over it?
Is there any reason this theme couldn't have been just a single html file?
It doesn't seem like the theme utilizes any of Craft's features. Why even bother building it on Craft CMS?
I love Kirby and the theme looks great, but hiding a two link navigation behind a hamburger seems like a bad UI decision.
Be nice. Or else.
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