I simulated a 10 second timer that counts down from 10 to 0. This is very simple to do.
All you need to do is change the text property of the text value with a custom value and include a delay of 1 second. Then add a callback for the next number with a delay of 1 second. Repeat this until you get to the number 0. There is no need to use variables to simulate a timer.
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Tap/Hold the black circle to see the 2 state animation of the Keezy sound looping app.
A circle of circular buttons spins out onto the expanded black circle that becomes the screen background. Once you're on this 2nd state, tap anywhere to return to the initial state.
I recorded a webinar showing how to create this interactive animation:
You can also find the assets here used for the prototype.
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
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