Join Tom Green for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Principle for UX Design.
- [Voiceover] Well, we've covered…a lot of ground with this course.…And you now have the ability to create prototypes…that will communicate your intent…and which users will find engaging.…If you're as excited about Principle as I am,…here are a few resources you might want to check out.…The first place you should check out…are the tutorials for the application.…Just click the tutorials button,…it's highlighted in red,…that are found in the upper right hand corner…of the Principle interface.…Another great resource is Principle Repo.…
Which is a collection of ideas and files you can download…to answer those common, how do I questions,…when you are designing a prototype in Principle.…And if you want to keep up to date…with the latest Principle news,…start following Principle on Twitter.…So, thanks for taking the time to learn with me.…And I hope you have discovered the amount…of fun you can have with Principle should be illegal.…If you agree, I'll see you in jail.…
- Adding content to new artboards
- Creating your first Principle animation
- Managing the Principle timeline
- Animating with keyframes and drivers
- Using assets from Photoshop and Sketch
- Manipulating content properties
- Modifying keyframes and retiming
- Masking and cropping
- Creating transitions
- Develop an Apple Watch alert
- Create a ripple effect
- Animate button presses
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Principle
2. Using the Principle Timeline
3. Using the Principle Drivers
4. Managing Content in Principle
5. Practical Principle Projects
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