After seeing Apple’s Augmented Reality guidelines last week, we have a couple more articles this time around which explore the application of AR – check them out in the first section.
Additionally, we have 11 new tools and guides for you to explore in the second half of this design digest. That includes:
5 recommended reads from our publication
After the news of Apple’s AR guidelines last week, Matt Miesnieks discusses the Product Design challenges of doing AR on Smartphones.
Raquel Rapini shares German graphic designer Henning M. Lederer’s project of where he brought 91 vintage book covers to life through mind-blowing animations.
It feels like we’re nearly there with Augmented Reality. Lillian Warner questions what actually needs to happen in order for (consumer-based, mobile) AR to become fully realized.
Simon Obirek explains the dying trend of cinemagraphs, including the times when they can be effectively used today.
Mj runs us through his design process when creating a todo list app, including his prototype made with Marvel.
11 tools and guides this week
The design community introduces Sketch 47 Libraries, telling us why it’s going to make designing faster and more collaborative.
Tyler Burgett assesses the different tools we have available for prototyping in his series based on his 360iDev talk.
Jason Li looks at how Medium’s Claps are currently implemented on mobile, and then shares how the interaction can be improved.
Pandacolors is a one click color generator with real time preview. See the colors on live templates, so you don’t have to copy and paste hex codes.
.You can now embed Marvel wireframes and interactive prototypes directly in Dropbox Paper, letting you bring design and spec documents to life
Your digital files organized & shared in one place, for free!
Mock data for your prototypes and demos.
Working on your a new portfolio? Check out Semplice, a portfolio system for designers & developers.
Stride is a new way for teams to talk, meet, decide and do. By Atlassian.
A Sketch plugin that extracts a color palette from any layer that contains bitmap data. ⚗️
Neil Turner lists 10 of the best design toolkits, along with information on each.
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