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^ This. Please. Once states and components can be managed in Framer's Design view it’ll be something that can start replacing a lot of other options.
Suresh, it’s fantastic seeing all this Mitya goodness available within Sketch as well. I have no idea how you find enough the time to build all this goodness.
Do you see Diya as a companion to Mitya, or possibly replacing it?
Right? For me, it was in 1990 (v1 or v1.5?) when I was as enlisted as free child labor in my mother's graphic design studio.
A non-stop flow of Kai's tips over a slow as mud dial up connection to AOL made anything feel possible.
Reactstudio.com has been doing some interesting work on creating React components and apps visually, including a Sketch import plugin.
Big 2nd for 'Psychology of Persuasion'.
Charlie Munger's talk on psychology of human misjudgment is also massively insightful - http://web.archive.org/web/20151004200748/http://law.indiana.edu/instruction/profession/doc/16_1.pdf
Hey Todd! Hope all is good in the great NW.
Like the look of this but a bit confused at the larger system and why only certain phones (and certain Android phones at that) can use it? In addition to the headset is Daydream also a new phone OS (or Android app)?
One option that would meet most of your criteria (doesn't yet support comments), and also afford transitional design, is Mitya.com.
It can currently import directly from Sketch and the author is actively improving upon it based on user input.
It has a few smaller UX issues that are still being refined, but it offers the 2 features most others skip - support for any screen size and simple HTML/CSS/JS export (thank god).
I think the larger sentiment here of separating the concepts of "programming" from "coding" is spot on, and something that could benefit both traditional programmers and those builders / product creators who don't know how to code.
Another product that is pursuing this approach is www.Bubble.is. They're still young and certainly have a few rough edges but it's very impressive how much can be created with a tool like this. Also, the process of creation is direct, as opposed to the abstraction code presents - the effect of which is hard to overestimate.
Fantastic work. Ditto on being "Alfred for Sketch". One drawback right now is you have to start search with first word of the item. If/when you add ability to search for any keyword within an item it’ll really fly.
Jono, great work on this. Is it accurate to think of Fabricator as similar (or an alternative) to patternlab.io or do you see it as something different?
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