Bruno Garcia

Aveiro UI/UX Designer at Ubiwhere Joined about 7 years ago

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  • Posted to ProtoPie 5.0–Introducing interaction recipes, more than a handoff, Jun 17, 2020

    Been using Protopie for more than a year to prototype some product features at work and been loving it ever since. We have tried a lot of tools and Protopie proved to be the one for us. There are still some features missing, like allowing a sound to be playing along with multiple/different scenes, but overall is a great tool!

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  • Posted to Which tool(s) are you using for designing UI animations?, in reply to Fredo Tan , Apr 28, 2020

    +1 using ProtoPie for almost 2 years. I tried many other tools before selecting this one, and I'm very happy with my choice. It's a complex tool in comparison to Principle or Flinto but it has a ton more features and allow for far more complex animations!

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  • Posted to As a Product Designer, what are your essential tools?, Jun 19, 2019

    Main tools:

    • Sketch + Craft
    • Invision (our team might switch to Marvel or another alternative, any suggestions?)
    • Notion
    • Adobe Suite
    • - PS/AI for assets
    • - AE for animations exported as a "lottie" file
    • G Suite
    • Protopie for high fidelity prototypes
    • Dropbox
    • Skitch + Jumpshare for annotations and screenshots
    • HR (mac app) for time tracking + Clockify
    • Slack
    • Eagle
    • Gitlab (for issues and specs for our front-end team)

    Other utilities (mac):

    • ColorSlurp
    • SkyFonts
    • Lingo
    • Balsamiq Mockups (rarely used)
    • MacDown (Markdown editor)
    • iTerm
    • VScode
    • Image Optim
    • Alfred
    • Better Touch Tool
    • Little Ipsum
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