IFTTT

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An as close as possible copy of the IFTTT onboarding experience. This prototype is also made in 4 other tools (Pixate, Origami, Framer & Form) to compare the differences between them. More info: http://medium.com/sketch-app-sources/five-app-prototyping-tools-compared-form-framer-origami-pixate-proto-io-c2acc9062c61 Original app: http://appstore.com/IFbyIFTTT

Tes Mat

Apple Watch using native UI library

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Created using Proto.io library of fully interactive, native watchOS components.

Akis Ioannou

Drag and Drop

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Drag and Drop an avatar over a target area that animates when in the drop zone. When released outside the target drop zone, it returns to the original location. Uses a variable to define the target drop zone, that then triggers animations in the zone and when dropped. See how it was made step by step in the webinar video: https://support.proto.io/hc/en-us/articles/115000637591-Advanced-Scrolling-Dragging TAGS: drag and drop dragging variables variable animations on drop animation

Todd Siegel

Date picker

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

Jason Hamilton

Let It Bleed | 50th anniversary

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The academic project celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones' work with the goal of developing a digital music album experience, exploring conceptually the feelings of mystery, nostalgy, bliss, delirium and harmony.

Bárbara Fontenelle

Variables Examples

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

Akis Ioannou

Spoon Dating App

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Spoon is a dating app concept aiming to make online dating more efficient, and fair. The concept has the following main characteristics: 1) Gender equality ⁠— the app decides who makes the first move; 2) Time efficiency — no need to put in hours of work to meet somebody; 3) Incremental steps towards a clear goal — no limbo states, no endless/goalless swiping; 4) Fairness, respect, and accountability for its users — choosing someone means you commit resources to that person, no second thoughts allowed; 5) Match exclusivity — chat with only one person at a time; no competing for one’s attention; 6) Fast and fluid interactions — chat while both users are online and active, no offline messages. I hope you like it.

Dirk Tee

auto-complete search

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Type the first character of topics from http://uxofvr.com 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: https://support.proto.io/hc/en-us/articles/115001243532-Model-advanced-prototypes-that-use-variables TAGS: auto-complete search dropdown variables variable character selection Thanks to Costas Thoma for the model.

Todd Siegel

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