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Designer @Lightricks Joined over 2 years ago
Amazing work once again! So glad to see features like this roll-out! I would love some renewed focus on the Prototyping side of Framer, it by far the best tool for prototyping
Hopefully, I couldn't share my work file, so glad someone was able to share and reproduce for them!
I'm having the same issue, only one of my symbols is having this issue... and every time I reset it from Master it works until I close and reopen the file...
Users have been complaining about how difficult it is to discover new and interesting content and designers... clearly those complaints are not being heard.
I love dribbble, but this move is so obviously not what the community has been asking for. Everyday the popular page is spammed with the same users and content. Hiding filters or making them less discoverable is a move in the wrong direction.
I'd love to hear the thinking behind this from the team.
Wow, this really shows how far the industry has come. I was totally one of these designers, started with Sketch and had to learn Photoshop. Pablo you're a saint! Thanks for this series, will definitely be going through these!
Love this marketing material, but the app does not convey this branding at all in my mind
Agree, sometimes these types of projects have a "holier than though" ton of voice rather than a more humble one. And I agree, the word "fake" is just primed to be negative. Practice sounds a lot better.
This whole fake design thing has been a really interesting discussion. I owe my career to fake design projects. I think the problem most people have is with fake projects that don't take any constraints into consideration.
Fake projects should still be grounded in real scenarios and problems and should be an exercise in thought and process. If your "fake" work reflects this I see no reason why anyone should have any issues with it.
Honestly, you've already answered your own question. Post work regularly and contribute to the community. Post thoughtful comments, give feedback, and engage with people who comment on your work.
It also helps to engage the design community outside of dribbble, like on Spectrum and here on DN.
There's no secret formula, just a lot of time and effort :)
I've always loved Marvel. It's the dropbox of prototyping tools. Really playful and fun product, that doesn't take itself too seriously (well the old Dropbox anyway).
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