Be nice. Or else.
California Designer at Yahoo, Designer of NeuBible Joined about 4 years ago
Not sure I see an answer here. Why a Kickstarter at all and not just an open purchase underneath a "you're supporting us" beta tag?
For now, but I have no problem paying for software that I use for work.
I switched over to Protopie full-time a few months ago and it's been good to me.
Direct USB support is available on both platforms.
I use Pixate and Protopie because I'm fast in both.
Use whatever app you're happy with and quick with until they shut down and then move on to the next app. The point of prototypes is speed and in getting an idea across. Not sure there is anything intrinsically more valuable in using one tool over another at this point in time.
I'm currently loving iA. Cross-platform sync through iCloud or Dropbox. Saves flat text files so you're never going to be stuck with notes in some weird app sync account if you find another alternative. It's also full Markdown, which I love.
I wish I could use Dropbox Paper, but I just can't seem to take notes in a browser on my laptop. It's strictly a personal thing that I have no real reason for.
I'm having random zoom events happen. Last instance: selected a shape after having another shape already selected and it jumped from 400% zoom to 450% zoom.
Just added USB support. Designers, you now no longer have an excuse to not design for Android.
That W is rough.
I feel like I'm seeing too much of the "this process = better design results" these days. Just design how is most comfortable for you + what works best with your teams workflow. Maybe for a unique individual/team you could tweak a work flow or process, but the whole "this process is the best" stuff just drives me bonkers.
Be nice. Or else.
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