1. 1

    From Sketch to Flinto

    4:49FreeDone
  2. Build the Flow with Gestures

    5:57FreeDone
  3. 3

    More Detailed Animation

    4:24FreeDone
  4. 4

    Using Video Layers in Flinto

    3:25FreeDone
  5. 5

    Sharing Your Flinto Prototype

    2:37FreeDone

Build the Flow with Gestures

Published by Chris Slowik on January 29, 2017

Episode Notes

Extra tips from the author

Building Your User Flow

Once you've successfully imported your designs from Sketch, you need to get to work connecting everything. On a Flinto prototype, the task of interaction handling is tied to "Gestures". A gesture could be a click, tap, drag, long tap, etc. Any layer or artboard can have a gesture attached to it, and an associated destination artboard. You can set up your user flow by linking between your designs, including some built-in transitions.

Flinto Gesture Documentation

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