Tony Wallström

Tony Wallström

Product Designer @ Tictail Joined over 8 years ago

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  • Posted to NeuBible: A modern Bible app thoughtfully designed for delightful, distraction-free reading., Mar 20, 2015

    Great job on this! I really like the visual appearance and the navigation pattern in the app.

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  • Posted to Future of Framer, in reply to Tanner Christensen , Mar 03, 2015

    Yeah, you're totally right. It would have been a better title.

    I believe that it has. Really excited to see what they may come up with!

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  • Posted to Introducing Pixate Studio beta, Feb 26, 2015

    This is awesome! One thing that I am really missing with Pixate is an import functionality directly from Sketch or PS. Similar to what we see in Framer Studio and recently Origami. I believe that would greatly speed up the workflow.

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  • Posted to Origami 2.0 vs Framer, Feb 25, 2015

    Worth taking note of is that Framer and QC is two very different tools and approaches. But they complete the same task and with great end results. If I had to choose I'd go with Framer since it is purely code based and allows me to do pretty much everything. They update regularly and the community is awesome and helpful.But like Marc mentioned – it totally depends on how comfortable you are coding vs noding.Honorable mentions:PixateForm

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  • Posted to What's your taste in music when designing?, Feb 20, 2015

    Tycho or Helios is def my go to's when designing.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What iOS apps are really well designed?, in reply to Jedrek Kostecki , Feb 10, 2015

    Not arguing. As a matter of fact there are many fractions to good design to consider. It's a fairly open question and you're totally missing my point :) What are your top picks btw?

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What iOS apps are really well designed?, in reply to Jedrek Kostecki , Jan 24, 2015

    Perhaps so. But in this case I was more pointing at their visual style. To me that is really well designed. Personally, I find VSCO great for quickly capturing and editing my shots + their iPad app is beautiful although I rarely use it.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What iOS apps are really well designed?, Jan 22, 2015

    My personal favs: VSCO Cam, Airbnb, Storehouse (iPad version), Twitter, Vesper

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  • Posted to Quartz Composer vs Form vs Pixate, Sep 18, 2014

    I'd say Framer.

    It has a pretty short learning curve, integrates nicely with Sketch and Photoshop and I am able to try out animations and interactions out really quickly.

    I have noticed Form and it looks interesting too. I must admit that the mirroring feature is awesome. It really feels like an actual app while designing, but I get seriously confused by the spaghetti patching.

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