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  1. Has anyone of you lovely people experienced issues with guides? They used to work ok - a bit buggy, but now they're completely broken. If anyone has a hack to unlock artboard guides on ipad pro I'd be so grateful! When I navigate to guides>show guides I can't move any of the existing guides, the only function I can perform is to add new guides - but even though I can add guides, these cannot be moved by hand/apple pencil (only by adjusting coordinates). Many thanks.
  2. Hi, just wondering if it is better practise to create assets for use again as veftor or raster?
  3. Hi guys, Can anyone tell me how is the compatibility between Affinity Designer and Protopie? I would like to use AD to design the user interface and be able to animate it in Protopie, is it possible? Thank you,
  4. Hello Support ! We got surprised by the step taken by Serif Affinity team on bringing new functionality into ADesigner that made the software even usable and one of it was symbols. That time you made the move, other software specialized on Web Design (Vector Design) where playing on other ground and suddenly adopted the symbol thing and i see few have quite improved it. Personally i was waiting for ADesigner to offer new stuffs like wire stuff that allow to connect artboards etc... in fact, now that Muse and other Website design software are dead, we all tends to rely on what we have and i see a lot of people switching to XD and they do evangelize a lot about it. So i ask again, have you dropped the web design land ? Are we going to see more stuffs that will make ADesigner the tool we would use for website design ? Is the publisher what you are now preparing to do that job ?
  5. For a brief summary i am a print (CMYK) and web (RGB) designer/developer. After some harsh price increases on Adobe CC products in Turkey (they doubled their prices) i had decided to leave Adobe for good. On the first day of my search for alternatives i've found Affinity suite. IMHO they are better than Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign in regards of intuitivity, feature dosage and community/official support. Affinity Designer is much much better for web development. But unfortunately my search for a dreamweaver alternative failed big time. I guess i've downloaded every app ever created and gave a shot. But nothing could come close to what i expect from a WYSIWYG development app. So as of today after 5 days of research i gave up and started a new CC account (They continue with their previous, relatively low price for new memberships, another reason not to like Adobe for me) So please develop a WYSIWYG editor too after i saw what you guys are capable of, i have faith in Affinity universe. See you next year! Evren
  6. I would to see affinity designer have more feature and functionality for web/app design. I would like to see more support for web designers.
  7. Hello there, I'm new here, so please bear with me. Been playing with AD for a couple of days (Awesome piece of software!), and here is my first professional work using it (I made this for my client). Hope you like it!
  8. fernandolins86

    [Designer] Website Login Pages Templates

    Hello, I made these login pages templates in my spare time. They're for Affinity Designer. Maybe it will be useful to someone. You will need the free "Chivo" font from Google Fonts to edit the file - https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Chivo Enjoy! Login Template FernandoLins.zip
  9. How about this "Feature Request" for Serif: Affinity Web. A web design program like Adobe Muse. The ability to design websites without coding. There are a few of them out there but none compare to Muse. They are all too dependent on templates that you modify. Sure, Affinity Web could have some online templates to choose from but they would not be necessary; you could build from scratch. Responsive design or a built-in 3 size option (just line Muse-browser, tablet, phone). You could even make Affinity Web able to open Muse-built sites and convert them to "A-Web". Wow! There are also those many 3rd party widgets. One more app to use what those developers have made and options for people who don't want Adobe's subscription model. Sounds like a win-win situation for those widget developers. Heck, there could be instructions on where to find the Adobe widgets on your PC or Mac and where to drag them to the appropriate folder in "Affinity Web." Reopen Web; open a site; check the widgets tab, and voila, 3rd party widgets for your use in Affinity Web! Serif make my dreams come true and let me leave Adobe in the dust! Oh, and how about a licensing scheme that allow you to purchase your software for Mac and have the same key for your Windows machine... for us who have and use both OSs. Keep developing and improving Serif!! You're awesome! PS. Affinity Web would be on my Christmas wish list.
  10. Really loving Affinity Designer at the moment and it's pretty perfect without all the bloat of a certain other package, very tempted to throw my money down for it now. One thing that's bugging me at the moment is the pixel snapping isn't working as expected and I'm getting values of "320.3 px" rather than a whole integer ("320 px"). I've attached my snapping settings as an image to show how I got it all setup so maybe I'm doing something wrong or I'm mis-understanding it? But as a web developer, I work in integer values, so a point-something of a pixel doesn't work for me and is a bit of pain when dealing with tight layouts. Aside from that Affinity is perfect and such a nice, clean and easy to use tool!
  11. Hello guys, I'm looking to use the Affinity Apps for creating comprehensive web design pages. In Adobe, the app I usually use for this kind of work is Adobe Photoshop. Now I understand the equivalent of Photoshop is Affinity Photo. If I am to transition my work to the Affinity Apps, should I continue my work in Affinity Photo, or would you recommend I do the work in Affinity Designer instead? I'm open to this as I also see others doing UI/UX design on this app. Again, the work that I mainly want to accomplish is comprehensive web designs. Such as Homepage designs, internal pages, landing pages -- the works. And which app should I use mainly to accomplish this? Thanks, Eli
  12. AFFINITY PUBLISHER & DIGITAL PUBLICATIONS "Affinity Publisher will be crafted to help professional designers get the very best results on every layout, page, magazine, book, and digital publication, with stunning typography and vibrant colour." I don't know if this is jumping the gun but... As a user of PagePlus, Quark Xpress, and InDesign I can tell you that PagePlus is up there when it comes to paper-based publishing. However, PagePlus has always fallen short in the area of digital publishing. The audio and video players embedded in PDF files looked really bad in comparison to InDesign produced PDF files with audio and video files embedded within. InDesign one is able to output to Flash (at least when I was using version 5 of the Adobe Suite). Sure, Flash is dead. One of the attributes that I would like within Affinity Publisher would be to create beautiful, elegant looking PDF files with audio and video embedded. The HTML5 Another attribute would be to export to HTML5... Here I envisage web-like pages that can include PowerPointesque slideshows; magazine style web pages and so on. I would imagine that HTML5 could create and include some nice transitions between pages/slides. EPUB Oh! Yes! When it came to EPublications, PagePlus was abysmal. I would want the EPUB capabilities to produce excellent and consistent results each and every time. MOBILE APPS & EXES I would also like Affinity Publisher to produces APKs for Android and the equivalent for iOS apps. I would imagine that this can be achieved by using a combination of HTML5 and Java. NO WEBPLUS EQUIVALENT??? I think it was Alfred who stated that there will be no WebPlus equivalent in the Affinity range and that web page production will not be supported in the forthcoming Affinity Publisher. Is that correct? That would be a terrible shame as WebPlus is such a decent web design application. Affinity Publisher, in theory, could pick up the web design slack. I always appreciated that PagePlus could output pages to HTML. As you can tell from the above text that I am hoping that Affinity Publisher would feature HTML5 output. I do think that web pages and web design are evolving into what I would call "Channels" whereby the web page is looking pretty much like a TV channel - especially now that video has become a major part of the web. I reckon that a "Channel" approach to web pages produced with Affinity Publisher may be the way to go. Well, that's my 2 cents worth! Oh, did I say that I am very curious about Affinity Publisher? :lol:
  13. I'm unclear as to how effective Designer might be as a web publishing tool. I've been using Muse and I like it (other than it's from you-know-who). I see that Designer can do responsive layouts and I assume create links and such. However, can it publish multiple pages directly to a site? Can it organize assets and upload everything so that it just works? Or does that need to be done manually? What I've seen so far in demo videos makes me think it's a one-off page designer and not really a publisher. Can anyone confirm? I may buy it anyway to replace Illustrator, but I'd like to know if I'll still want to keep Muse in my toolkit.
  14. I've done a fair amount of web development — mostly Wordpress. Usually the projects I work on are too small to warrant being mapped out graphically beforehand. I paint with code instead and show clients live iterations on a staging site. But I want to have in my arsenal of tricks the ability to create designs graphically if I have to, so I'm looking to get into Affinity Designer's capabilities for this. Mostly I use AD for logos, so I'm not a complete beginner, but I don't find any tutorials so far that could get me up to speed with the basics and advanced features of using AD for graphical web design. Particularly of interest is the constraints feature for responsive design. Can anyone point me in a good direction? The few tutorials I've found ostensibly on AD and web design haven't really been about web design as such, and I didn't find one that uses v1.5+ with its new features. I'd appreciate any help or leads.
  15. Hi everyone. I've been using the Windows beta, and I like so far. One thing I don't understand is how to manage the many artboards I generate when doing mockups for a website. I don't know if I am doing something wrong, but I am getting dozens at a given screen size. How am I supposed to keep them together without it being one large area that I have to spend so much time scrolling and it becomes unwieldy? I apologize if this is an obvious question, I don't typically do design work, so all this is new to me.
  16. I've just downloaded the trial of Affinity Designer in the quest for an ideal replacement for designing websites other than the typical bloated Adobe Photoshop/Indesign combo, especially after all the hassle of Creative Cloud. Affinity Designer seems more oriented towards illustration, but I was wondering if anyone is using it for more traditional design purposes? So far I really enjoy the feel of AD's UI, it feels very stable, smooth and fast, but I was wondering if there were ways to achieve certain basic things that are quite critical to my workflow. Is there any way to setup column based grids, for example a 12-column grid with custom gutters and so on? I suppose one could manually create all the guides in the 'Guides manager', but it seems a bit cumbersome. Is there any way to define 'Master Pages' or 'Master Artboards' in a sense? Is there any way to set character/paragraph styles so type styles can be re-used and modified document-wide? Is there a way to prevent text frames from showing overflowing text? Is there a way to place images within existing rectangles/frames and access a variety of fitting options? So that one doesn't have to simply place the image and manually use the crop tool. I suppose those are my main questions so far, as these items are the critical building blocks for my design workflow.
  17. Hi all, Check out this brand new tutorial where I show you how in less than 30 mins you can go from creating and designing a website in Affinity Designer to Prototype for your client. https://youtu.be/z2z9G5KQfaw Allan.
  18. My Strawberry Monkey

    New web design

    Here is a web design project i'm currently working on. Completed in Affinity Designer. Allan
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