Variables Examples

The project contains numerous examples completed using variables and conditional logic.

Akis Ioannou

Sign in Screen

This is an example of a sign in screen that validates a username and a password. Feel free to import this fully editable project into your own account for use in your prototypes. Use the following to successfully sign in and proceed to the next screen User Name: john Password:

Akis Ioannou

Date picker

An example of a date picker that can be imported and used in your project. (Basic use of variables)

Jason Hamilton

Form examples

3 prototypes showing different uses of the form components for iOS 1) Activate / de-activate button when checking / un-checking Terms of Service 2) Capture text input to change property 3) Change number of tickets - limit 8 See how they were created step-by-step in the Using Forms webinar video: This version on Vimeo includes time-codes so you can jump to particular sub-sections (repeated below as a preview): > Range of iOS form input controls 2:02 > Labels 2:17 > Text fields 2:32 > Setting placeholder text 3:04 > 5 Input Types that display the appropriate iOS keyboard (Text, Numeric, Email, Password, Telephone) 3:30 > Using the Telephone keyboard for credit card number input (large # keys) 4:08 > Need to view prototype on device in order to see the range of keyboards 5:59 > Multi-line text area input field 6:24 > Search Bar 6:40 > Checkbox control customization 7:22 > On/Off Switch control customization 7:52 > Slider control customization 9:27 > Increasing size of slider handle 9:47 > Picker Wheel Customization 10:00 > Prototype example: Activate button when checking terms of service 10:42 > Create a button with two states (using convert to container) 12:55 > Adding interactions to a checkbox control (on change activation/deactivation) 14:45 > Definition of variable and range of uses 17:04 > Using variables with text field interactions 18:25 > Prototype Example: Using a variable to capture text input and show it in a different text box using change property. 23:27 > Prototype: Use variables to increment and decrement counter showing number of tickets being purchased. 28:40 > Searching full range of icons built into 29:10 > Using a variable to limit the range of tickets (0 to 8) 32:46 > Copying and pasting interactions with Variables 40:08

Todd Siegel

Sign up - Sign in

A Sign up - Sign in page example project using Variables and States to validate the correct user input in both pages.

Constantinos Thoma

auto-complete search

Type the first character of topics from to see the auto-complete. (a-z, 2,3). Use ESC to hide the dropdown. Uses a variable to capture the content of the search field then uses the javascript method "{search}".charAt(0) to capture the first character of the search string to then change the container state property of the auto-complete dropdown to match the first character typed. see video of how to create this step-by-step in the webinar: TAGS: auto-complete search dropdown variables variable character selection Thanks to Costas Thoma for the model.

Todd Siegel


This is the redesign of GoodReads app for Android. Hope you guys love it, and I would love to know your views about it!

Aman Tiwari

Map Data Visualization with Slider using Variables

Use a slider component to see the how a map of the US changes every month over a year based on the concentration of a fanbase. Uses a basic variable to change the container state of the map, with map assets created in Sketch. See how a version of it was created step-by-step within the Dashboard & Data Visualization webinar: tags: variable | variables | data visualization | data viz | map | slider | states | months | USA

Todd Siegel

Google Inbox - compose animation

The recently released Google Inbox app is a re-thinking of the email inbox experience that beautifully demonstrates Google's material design interactive animation language. This prototype focuses on the compose button's animation. Click the + to reveal a new state where a wave of buttons and labels float up, and the + becomes a pencil icon. It uses two states, with staggered animations.

Todd Siegel