Jonathan De Heus

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  • Posted to It’s time to meet Framer X, an advanced interaction design tool that’s easy for just about anyone to use., Jul 25, 2018

    I have to say that that this looks amazing. The private component store is really going to make a difference for enterprise teams. I'm curious, does this component store support version control?

    2 points
  • Posted to Concept: Nested Prototypes in Sketch, May 04, 2018

    This reminds me of Axure's Dynamic Panels and their ability to toggle between 2 or more states with a single click.

    0 points
  • Posted to Protowire - Adds Prototyping to Sketch, Jan 03, 2018

    This looks really good! This may be too early to ask, but do you have any additional features that you'll be adding in later on?

    0 points
  • Posted to Invision Studio demo in Amsterdam, in reply to Jrtorrents Dorman , Nov 17, 2017

    When you say "Free for everyone", are there any limits to this? As in, I can create an account, but in this free account can I only have X number of projects with Y artboards?

    0 points
  • Posted to Interactions 2.0, Oct 24, 2017

    Can I assume that this integrates with the Designer portion of Webflow so that any underlying code behind the animation can be utilized by devs?

    1 point
  • Posted to Introducing Framer Export, Oct 19, 2017

    Now that we can export CSS, when can we expect to export attributes in other languages such as Swift or Objective-C?

    1 point
  • Posted to Introducing InVision Studio, in reply to Tom Reinert , Oct 18, 2017

    I think that Framer is actually going to go in the direction that you want. What I think is going to happen over the next year or so with Framer is that they're going to still keep the code portion in place, but add more UI elements in the design tab of the tool that will let users implement interactions. If users want to modify the interactions beyond what's offered in the design tab, they can switch over to the code tab.

    7 points
  • Posted to The overloaded cart page: Even Zappos is committing this UX sin, Oct 09, 2017

    I know that the eyetracking for this is predictive, but I'm really surprised at how the generated heatmap shows little to no interest on the checkout button. Sure, the white text/orange background button doesn't have as much luminance contrast as the white text/blue background button, but orange is a pretty salient color.

    Also, while I agree that there's too much going on in the page, I bet that their research has shown that the benefits of having a credit card offer and additional products outweigh the usability drawbacks. Since Zappos is owned by Amazon, those additional items would get the boot the second research indicated that users viewed them as detrimental to actually checking out.

    1 point
  • Posted to AMA: Adobe XD 2017, in reply to Andrew Shorten , Aug 30, 2017

    We hear you on text underline - one of those things that you'd expect would be built in or easy to do, but it turns out that's not the case

    Would it be possible to explain this in more detail? I'm curious as to what the blocker(s) are that have prevented underline functionality from being implemented.

    2 points
  • Posted to What do you think of LinkedIn's new look?, Feb 07, 2017

    I'm not too impressed with the fact that they hide the media section of your profile by default. I was attempting to show someone my resume yesterday, and had no idea where it was located at (it's under the "See More" link in the area where your profile picture is). The "Add new profile section" dropdown cuts off the Accomplishments accordion, which I wouldn't have found if I hadn't inadvertently collapsed the background accordion.

    I also wish that clicking on the "Me" menu item took you directly to your profile. Oh well.

    1 point
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