Be nice. Or else.
UX Developer Joined over 1 year ago
So...make enough money that you can afford to not get paid for some of the work you do. If you can do that it's a nice position to be in for sure, but I wouldn't really call that managing clients' expectations. Seems more like not attempting to and circumventing the problem by only showing end products?
For customer websites I'm definitely not that cavalier. However, with the audience I have on my blog I have the luxury of not needing to do specific IE compatibility hacks or tricks.
I love the way Inkscape handles this, It allows you to choose what to use to align to: The page (artboard), first selected item, last selected item, the bigger item, the smaller item or even relative to the entire selection for multiple objects.
Being able to pick what to align to works really really well.
Love how Subform looks! However with similar tools I quite often run into limitations where I know how to achieve a certain layout using HTML/CSS, but that the design tools makes impossible (such as transforms or backdrop-filters, or ligature control). Do you guys plan on supporting an "escape hatch" for situations like this?
You already have my +1 for Linux support, but it would definitely be appreciated :)
There's these for Sketch: http://states.design/ and https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/state-machine-the-state-switcher Both are pretty much hacks on layers so not by far as smart as proposed in Subform.
 I say this without judgement
Cool concept and nicely animated nonetheless!
And when you say "Wireframe", you actually mean "Full specification document" :)
I'm actively developing https://fromscratch.rocks, a super simple note taking app with as minimal a ui as possible and autosaving notes. releasing a new version soon that has (hidden until you need it) note-folding.