Just wondering if this lands before the Comet hits us? ;)
Just looking at what Google's Material Design does this on its own might not be enough ... without being able to say when it gets pinned and how it changes (Google+ header). Without a more advanced animation on slide down/up it seems weak for prototyping these advanced interactions.
Giving it 2 votes though as it would be helpful in prototyping something contemporary ;)
We added support for triggering interactions based on changes to the text input. Check it out in the latest version of Indigo Studio. You should see an in-app update mid next week.
Check the following blog post to see a summary of what’s new: http://goo.gl/ymMWNT
For me this could be as simple as ...
- if the user did not fill input X / checked checkbox Y and Z, display a warning when submitting a form
- preserve the inputs when returning back to an earlier page/screen (which is on its own not conditional, just hackable using conditionals)
I would like to add my specific case.
I am designing an iPhone app and need custom icons for the Tab Bar. I can find exactly what I want/need on thenounproject.org (in B/W in the style I need), but have a hard time getting them there. You cannot select no icon and you could theoretically add your own image in there, but how? Even if you would lay it over some "minimal" icon, it would still not light up if the tab was selected.
Adding my own icons (maybe even a partnership with / plug-in for thenounproject.org) would be great.
Just my 2 cents.
2 votesPetr Štědrý shared this idea ·
Please consider 9patch! It's THE tool to create dialog windows / buttons out of just screenshots.
See http://developer.android.com/tools/help/draw9patch.html for more information ...
Thanks for listening :-D