Be nice. Or else.
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Can confirm – this is indeed a very good exercise.
Ok. It's not about the animation, it's that the link was ranked number one.
Nice random transition prototype, but number one spot?
Thanks – not that bad. Could this possibly mean that there is a blind spot in the gallery market??
They have written a blog post about the reasons behind the missing features that you are looking for. https://blog.sketchapp.com/making-sketch-better-in-version-50-66514771d625
This is a very interesting concept and I guess will set the direction for how we should deal with component libraries in Sketch. Being able to set color, angles, grids, and spacing on a global, visible accessible way must be included in the following Sketch updates. This is of course only focused on Material design.
I think that the overall idea is very interesting. I think that demo 4 has the same problem that hover-triggered drop down menus have in general. If I haven't "asked for" the menu when I move the mouse in that direction it is annoying and unclear of what is going on. I like demo 2 and 3 because the controls is visible all the time.
I agree. Some of the examples, like demo 2 and 3 feels most natural and useful. Some of the others makes me feel less in control.
I'm sorry but don't we get a little tired of these very, very basic typography articles that just keep repeating the same things over and over? And the headline? Everything you need to know to design for success? "Everything" in one article?
Just speculating but maybe the pic gets stuck for a couple of seconds in on those "series of tubes?"
Be nice. Or else.
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