1

Use ContextKit to Add Realism to Your Origami Prototype

5:21FreeDone

Set Up Custom Fonts in Origami Studio

1:53FreeDone
3

Create Scatter Designs with the Random Patch in Origami

7:06ProsDone
4

Animate a Splash Screen in Origami with Repeating Animation

6:38ProsDone
5

Build Screen Transitions in Origami Studio

6:31ProsDone
6

Build a Card UI with Components

9:30ProsDone
7

Add Missing Patch Options

1:29ProsDone

Set Up Custom Fonts in Origami Studio

Published by Chris Slowik

Episode Notes

Extra tips from the author

Before doing anything, make sure you have Apple Configurator 2 installed on your Mac. You can get it for free from the Mac App Store.

Open Apple Configurator 2, and create a new profile. Name it what makes sense to you - I called mine "NS". Scroll down to the fonts tab on the left side, select it and add 4 Nunito Sans variants - Bold, Light, Semibold, and Regular.

Connect your device, and select it. Under the Actions menu, select Add - Profiles..

Follow the prompts to install the profile to your phone. Once the install is complete, you should see your custom fonts when you mirror your prototype to the device!

Additional Resources

Origami Documentation - Previewing and Sharing

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