Be nice. Or else.
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Hasn’t the dead horse been beaten enough? Hopefully there wouldn’t be part IV
Case study here ! https://www.uber.design
I completely agree! It shouldn’t be for the comments.
I sometimes read Ars.com and I think downvoting is one of the worst part of the site. Even before hitting the comments section, I know which kinds of comments will get upvotes and which one’s would get downvoted.
They’ve unwittingly created a system where people are forced to tow the line or risk been downvoted into oblivion.
Waiting for the day we’ll have AE level of control in a prototyping app.
I don't want to make several artboard just to achieve a simply effect or do hack to make something as simply as a text input.
Perhaps I’m the only one here but Principal/ Flinto just don’t cut it for me.
I had a completely different experience, matter of fact one of colleagues threatened to quit his job if he was forced to use it. There’s a reason it’s not been making any waves in the design community.
its slow and buggy at least from my last experience.
I think you can just rip off the look and feel Invision Studio/Framer X and it will go be good!
Right now it has a bit of the Aftereffects/Premier look and feel which is not a good thing. Functionality-wise you’re on track!
Axure is a bloated piece of software.. Framer has a steep learning curve (which they’re fixing with Framer X).
But then again I said “most”. I didn’t mean no other tool has this functionality.
The thing is, if you want a powerful and a more versatile tool, it’s going to get complicated no matter how they try.
Think of Aftereffects vs iMovie.
On the fly one.
Ability to do multiple interactions on a single artboard! Say you want a button that turns from a square to rectangle on click. (just an example)
With most prototyping tools (Invision/Principle/Flinto etc) you need multiple screens to achieve this, in Phase you can do all in one artboard.
Check out the medium post they shared, they’re doing a ton of things differently from the current design tool landscape. My only worry is if they’ll be able to pull it off.
Be nice. Or else.
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