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Thank you for clearing this up for me. This really helps. I have been feeling demotivated because of Dribbble and the unreal expectations it often sets.
After reading all the comments last night, I made a rough prototype in Flinto. Seems like this tool is the one I should learn and stick to.
Here is what I hacked this morning: https://dribbble.com/shots/4515242-Education-Levels
I agree totally on these points and I shall try Flinto out. I kind of feel so noob compared to Dribbble animations shots that other designers post. Makes me feel like an intern.
Wow, didn't think of that. Will definitely try it out.
Joe, thanks for your support, because of your response I do have some clarity now. I will begin learning Framer.
Let's connect on Twitter or Dribbble - @elusiveanmol
I really like your point Joe. This is precisely why I have taken about 5 months of creative break to learn new stuff. Most job openings keep asking for HTML/CSS as well. Very confusing. So you do suggest learning Framer, is it? I believe in the long term and prototyping that's actual prototype.
What would you suggest? I have taken about4-5months of creative break to learn new stuff? Do you suggest learning Framer? I was also thinking of HTML/CSS since a lot of job openings mention that. So confused.
I am interested in prototyping shots that we see in Dribbble.
Thanks Liam! Really helpful comment. I am taking a break for about 4-5 months and I am torn whether to learn prototyping or HTML/CSS :D. UXinmotion.net sounds really appealing but as one another commenter said, maybe Framer might benefit in the long run. That means learning to code from scratch. Sigh.
I am UX Designer so my taste is kind of more into simple but fluid kind of sites and this person stands out with their portfolio- http://jlern.com/
It would be A but the tail would begin from the left not the right ;)
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