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I think your overall pricing structure and flow need some work. I'd rethink this approach completely with whoever is in charge of PM.
The flow doesn't make any sense, based on your pricing structure (IMHO). For instance, I can add 20 beacons to my cart but select the BASIC nine beacon plan.
Instead, I would lead with the hardware, and suggest the right software package, based on the beacons added to the cart (though I even question the package model you have here). So you would have a two-part flow.
Also, the font is too small in the plans area. Suggest at least 14-15 pt.
Also, fix positioning the checkout button to the bottom of the screen is unconventional, and likely to be missed (I missed it).
tl;dr no discoverability
The point of grid is to also apply semantic naming to your grid areas. This increases code readability and understanding. Here is a good read for the uninitiated:
I have mixed feelings about this kind of work. On one hand, it's a cool transition, but actually building something like this would be incredibly difficult from a UI engineering perspective, so I wouldn't do it for a "real" product. I suppose though that these kind of things are OK for showing off in dribbbbble.
Both. Principle is for micro interaction. Flinto is for flows (but can do some Micro interaction stuff). Neither of these products is difficult to learn.
Learn Flinto or Principle and Framer for work, After Effects for fun.
OK, first... this is completely awesome!.
Second... How does this fit into my gulp webpack SCSS babel jekyll asset pipeline?
Our IT corporate overlords think this is a porn site for some reason.
The cost of a Sketch license is a rounding error for most companies.
Abstract is great, when it works. When it doesn't work, it makes you doubt the tool fierce – mainly because there's no feedback why it isn't syncing or why it is crashing Sketch. Their documentation is also very sparse, and help requests aren't returned for days, so you're often on your own to track down the cause of failure.
That said, they've recently made some great improvements to reliability. I think they're hitting the typical startup "scaling pains" and I'm going to give them that benefit of the doubt for another 6 months or so.
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