Be nice. Or else.
Florida, United States Designer Joined almost 4 years ago
The problem I see is that you are doing too much within a single page. I'd never do such a massive clickthrough in InVision, and we limit it as well within Figma. You look like you might have close to 70ish screens in on that one page.
We have a Wireframe, High Fidelity, and then Onboarding-Prototype, New Customer-Prototype, etc. We follow the same conventions with Wireframe, and High Fidelity if the screen volume exceeds an acceptable level.
Figma support is apparently coming to Overflow.
Local? Are you in the Tampa Bay area? We should connect!
I can do full development, and design on an iPad. It's a PC just like any other PC. It simply has a different workflow.
Fantastic! This makes the iPad so much accessible.
I tried it a bit. The one issue you will encounter is that the touchpad doesn't quite work perfectly with Figma. In order to properly right click you will want a mouse. It might be different on the Pixelbook, but my Samsung Chromebook Pro had the issue where it wouldn't properly recognize right clicks in Figma.
I buy them to review how people are working on files, symbols and structure. I don't think I've ever used a UI kit itself within a project. They also often are inspirational, and I'll copy elements into a project to look at while building my own version.
You should check out Gotcha. It works very well. https://blog.framer.com/introducing-gotcha-for-framer-b45bb8d9da86
And really at the end of the day...it doesn't impact me. I don't rely on the release of a tool for my work. This will end up being something I test out on a dummy project. If it has merit I'll consider the team using it.
I appreciate your passion. But I can empathize with their struggles, and considering that it's a free service I can be understanding of the delay. To me the longterm result is what matters. Having firsthand experience with releasing software I can understand that delays happen when hiccups occur. I appreciate your comment to my opinion.
Be nice. Or else.
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