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  1. It would be nice if there was a way for Affinity to built animation and even export to MP4, GIF or better pure HTML/JS/CSS (SVG) to use on websites. The web keeps getting better and better, but the creative animation tools for the web are limited. There are a few tools if you search for it, but its subscription-based or only available for Mac. I'm not asking for After Effects or other Cinema/Cinematic tools. Just key-frame based Vector animation that we can export to GIF/HTML-CSS/MP4. What do you guys think? Anyone else thinks Affinity Designer can really use some modern, innovative Animation tools?
  2. I've just bought AP with the Studio Links(Great I Think) If there was a IDE PHP coding editor(Dreamweaver used to be good, not any more) I'd have the perfect set of tools, if I could switch between them all, WOW! Great work though Serif 10/10
  3. There are a number of requests here for InDesign/Word DOCX/IDML/Markdown import as well as EPUB export, but nothing really looking at the big picture of how this should fit within a workflow of producing content for web and in print. Most of these seem to imply replicating InDesign's functionality – but these features could be much better implemented. In my experience, InDesign's text import and EPUB export are both rather grim. The Word import function doesn't import styles in a particularly useful manner, often taking far too much from the source document that then needs to be cleaned out. I use Pandoc instead to convert DOCX to Markdown and clean up the file with a text editor. I can then export to HTML or EPUB for a Web version, and ICML for a nicely typeset print version with InDesign. Rather than have Affinity Publisher become bloated with Web features that become quickly outdated and don't work properly in the first place, as InDesign has, I would like to see it focus on professional typesetting for print while integrating with other applications to enable technology-independent content creation.
  4. Has anyone tried making a HTML email signature in Affinity?
  5. Hi! As Adobe abandoned Muse, it would be a great chance for Affinity to create a code-free web design tool. The best would be a separate app, but Affinity Publisher could also have HTML export capability. Thanks.
  6. I am aiming to export SVG files with 12 point text (in Affinity) where that text is the same size as the 12 point text in the HTML where the SVG is embedded. As you can see, the text in the SVG and PNG is smaller that the text in the HTML above it. The HTML <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en" dir="ltr"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Test</title> <style media="screen"> * { font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Open Sans"; } </style> </head> <body> <p>This is a test of SVG sizes from Affinity Designer.</p> <p>The font on this page is 12 point Open Sans Regular.</p> <p><strong>SVG</strong></p> <p><object type="image/svg+xml" data="1.svg">Your browser does not support SVG.</object></p> <p><strong>PNG</strong></p> <p><img src="1.png" alt=""></p> </body> </html> The SVG <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE svg PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD SVG 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/1.1/DTD/svg11.dtd"> <svg width="400px" height="300px" version="1.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xml:space="preserve" xmlns:serif="http://www.serif.com/" style="fill-rule:evenodd;clip-rule:evenodd;stroke-linejoin:round;stroke-miterlimit:1.41421;"> <rect x="0" y="0" width="400" height="300" style="fill:#f2f2f2;"/> <text x="10px" y="19.117px" style="font-family:'OpenSans-Regular', 'Open Sans', sans-serif;font-size:12px;">This is 12 point Open Sans Regular.</text> <text x="62.674px" y="162.808px" style="font-family:'OpenSans-Bold', 'Open Sans', sans-serif;font-weight:700;font-size:52.831px;fill:#fff;">400×300px</text> </svg>
  7. Hey I would love to be able to export a palette from either or both Design and Photo into some sort of HTML entity format. It would be great if it did a text file with CSS in multiple blocks: hex hsla rgba And we could just grab as needed for development.
  8. Hi there! I am new to web design and have been using Affinity to make mock ups of websites and apps for practice. I would very much enjoy a feature or tutorial on how to actually make an interactive website and export it to your own online domain. Nothing I have seen online so far has given the option of working versions of the mock ups, aside from using "marvelapp.com" to view everything, but even then, it is not a working website. Affinity is great for building ideas of how a website could look, but despite all the resources I've seen on "how to build a website" with Affinity, none actually have a working end product, only non-interactive designs. They're more just tutorials for "how to build a website mock up". Would it be possible for some sort of HTML Export or conversion? Or is it possible to upload my designs as sort of "themes" to places like Squarespace, Wix, or Tumblr? Or even just interactive buttons and such within the program (ex: being able to move a slider in real time on your website mock up, or click a button on and off)? Thank you!
  9. NeilArmstrongGomez

    Affinity HTML

    Upcoming app to apple & windows
  10. ​Hi, My company has started using Affinity Designer on the work floor and it's been great! But it got us thinking that a Developer persona would be very useful, where our developers could just click sections and get the full html / css structure, code, just a copy paste away from making it into the code. Maybe allow a view of the flow through the app via arrows so the developer has a good idea of the user-journey through the interface. The persona could also be used to view several states of an object, like an input field that returns and error or a button in a different state. I think this would tie in nicely with the 1.5 release that made interface work in Affinity so much more attractive and improve the flow between designers and developers. Thanks for reading.
  11. This week, I learned that Softpress, who made the web design application Freeway, closed its doors for good. Not a great start for the week for anyone involved in that project with present and past. I’ve been using and had input into the Freeway project for the best part of twenty years. For those who don’t know, Freeway is a DTP-like web design tool. You draw items on a blank page, and Freeway builds the HTML/CSS necessary to display your design in a browser. Extra functionality can be added using Actions - plugins which run at publish time to amend output. Actions can do a multitude of things, from massaging the HTML, to repurposing it for PHP (or indeed other server side scripting languages), and run using a JavaScript engine. The recent video posted of the Affinity DTP project, which showed responsive behaviour for print really chimed in my mind. If, I thought, they are doing this, then they’ve clearly solved UI problems that Softpress were’t able to with their responsive offering. The idea that this application could be tuned not just to printed documents, but also HTML/CSS/ etc. got me thinking that here’s a potential for a Freeway replacement. And, rather nicely, it would be borne from a DTP application - just like Freeway was all those years ago. So, my request - and I know it’s big ask, but I really hope that the minds at Serif can be turned to this - is a DTP-style web design tool in the Affinity brand. The Affinity software I have already feel more than familiar to me, and being able to build websites in an environment that feels familiar like that would be fantastic. DTP for print is just part of the tool kit for a modern designer - web sites really should be there too.
  12. I have files that are in PSD and I was wondering can Affinity read those files? Also can Affinity export files from PSD to HTML?
  13. Hi there, I would like to design a newsletter in Affinity. In Photoshop it is easy to export as a webpage (html). How can I export my design in Affinity to html for web use/newsletters etc. thanks!
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