Principle 3.0 Released(

over 6 years ago from John Jackson, Design Lead at Vincent

  • Diego LafuenteDiego Lafuente, over 6 years ago

    This is an expensive piece of software. Everytime I want to start using it I miss the trial days. In the end I will pirate it.

    0 points
    • Raphael LoderRaphael Loder, over 6 years ago

      It's 129$. That's ~11$ per month for one year of updates. For a piece of software that you can use indefinitely. Is it really that much for a tool that helps you design prototypes, transitions, micro-interactions?

      5 points
    • Koen Bok, over 6 years ago

      As a fellow tool maker, I'd love to understand what expensive means to you specifically (location, profession, average income) so that we can maybe tweak prices per region. I'm sure both Principle and us would like everyone to be able to afford the tool.

      3 points
      • Diego LafuenteDiego Lafuente, over 6 years ago

        Expensive for me (European) is to pay +100 euros. For latin american, it's even huge amount. I know I can charge money and recover the investment, but for trying out is not enough.

        I Pay for all my software, no matter the price, but it's software I fully tested, used mostly in pirating cases, helped me to reach the point where I pay blindy.

        0 points
        • John Jackson, over 6 years ago

          You are given a 2-week free trial. Do you not consider that enough time to try a tool?

          4 points
          • Matt RintoulMatt Rintoul, over 6 years ago

            and the two week trial only counts the days you actually open the program, seems incredibly generous for a trial period.

            10 points
    • Nathan HueningNathan Huening, over 6 years ago

      "In the end, I will break the law, act unethically, and benefit from a lot of people's hard work without compensating them fairly. You know, sort of how I encourage others to rip off my design work and pass it off as their own."

      4 points
      • Diego LafuenteDiego Lafuente, over 6 years ago

        You always compensate when it serves you well. That's how market works. Take an example of Pixelmator at their beginning. I know they did a good work, but hell, 2 week trial i find it short time.

        0 points
    • Johan Ronsse, over 6 years ago

      Shame on you.

      0 points