Emi Roze

Emi Roze

UX Designer Joined over 1 year ago

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, in reply to C W , Apr 25, 2018

    maaaaaybe it's not always for the likes, it's fun to make flashy unrealistic animated UIs :))) I stick to practical stuff for work, but as an artist on my free time I love to make things that could possibly never exist in reality. its funnnnnnnnnnnn

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, in reply to Anmol Bahl , Apr 25, 2018

    nice work! looks like you've been having some fun. :)

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, in reply to Aaron Sagray , Apr 25, 2018

    hard same. fun to make those videos, but not practical as someone building interfaces for production. who knows tho, doing that intense animated stuff may get easier in the future. got to dream it first.

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, in reply to Anmol Bahl , Apr 24, 2018

    Flinto is good if you want to build an interactive prototype with touch controls that you put on a phone or tablet and demo to someone. After Effects is a tool you use to make videos. If you want to make cool looking animated clips to post on the internet, I would recommend After Effects as well. I only used Flinto for a trial, but based on that experience I think After Effects is a much more robust animation tool. I use After Effects at my job to create videos like the links you posted.

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  • Posted to Should I learn prototyping in After Effects or apps like Flinto, Apr 24, 2018

    What kind of prototyping do you want to do? It sounds like you are talking about animated and / or interactive prototypes that look pretty or maybe just making videos.

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  • Posted to Framer’s How-To Guide for Creating Amazing GIFs, Apr 16, 2018

    Any relevant comments on gif creation? Because this is a good tutorial, and I haven't seen many guides on making good gifs (and it's not dependant on using Framer). Screenflow looks nice but $129 is kind of expensive for personal use. I often use OBS or Giphy Capture for lack of better options. I may give Claquette a try though. Anyone have tool / technique recs? Tried these tools?

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  • Posted to Someone succeed to leave adobe for web design and other little things ?, in reply to Michael Reich , Apr 10, 2018

    Ha! Me too. I have Photoshop and Illustrator CS5 on my personal machine because I don't want to pay for CC. They still work mostly ok! I'm sure it's not going to last forever though. I hardly ever use them except to prep stuff for print.

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  • Posted to Huge invites wave to Invision Studio, Mar 23, 2018

    Lucky! I'm so jealous, I can't wait to get access and try out the animation tools.

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