If you’re using XD’s Responsive Resize today, you probably save a lot of time. Having a responsive behavior inside XD makes it easier to design for multiple screen sizes.
We’re thrilled to announce that with Anima for Adobe XD v1.0.7, Anima Prototypes fully support XD’s Responsive Resize. That means that viewing prototypes in the browser will now show a responsive prototype.
Using Anima, you can now create fully responsive designs that can be resized in the browser preview and in the code.
An element’s responsive constraints are set in relation to its nearest parents. …
You can also build and host your website using Anima, and now with better SEO!
SEO means optimizing your website to search engines, so it comes higher search in results and with a clearer message. An important part of this optimization is embedding snippets of code— meta tags — to the code of a website or webpage. This helps search engines better recognize what the page is about.
Based on this information, the search engines determine if your website is related to what a user is searching for. If the search engine determines your page is valuable to the user, it will list it higher in the search results. …
We are thrilled to announce Anima for Figma 🥳
We believe that great UX makes everything better.
We want to bring a better experience to those creating it.
With Anima, designers have the power to create real, working UI.
Need to share a live website with a client, your manager, or an investor?
Want to release a POC of a new design to promote your agenda?
Anima will translate your design to code in a single click.
Figma users have been asking for Anima integration for over a year now, and we’ve been listening.
Today, we’re introducing Anima for Figma…
If you are not familiar with Anima, two years ago, we introduced an advanced Animations and Interactions editor directly inside Sketch.
Important: Layers must keep the same names in both artboards in order to auto- animate correctly. …
We are very excited to announce this new feature because we know how much our users wanted it and how much it will improve their workflow.
Sections is a new feature in Anima’s web app that helps you to visually organize your Anima projects and let you find a specific screen faster.
You can split the uploaded screens into sections such as: Sign up flow, Checkout flow, or elements such as Navigation and Menus, Contact forms, Profiles, etc. …