More default animations and easings
It would be great with a few more features/interactive animations when you link the pages. More easing options. I guess what I'm saying I would like to have more animations and effects based on what we have on websites and apps to this date.
Colby Adkins commented
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Kent Stephan Jensen commented
Come on, Adobe. You started working on this feature in 2016.... Where is it?
We seriously need this to happen asap. Please.
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Andrew Clarkin commented
Make sure to recreate some of the animations from pixel phones (and material design), because most of the animations have an iPhone feel to them which makes it harder to present a product type.
Yes, timelines per assignable object would be GREAT!
Brent Bisaillion commented
Timelines per assignable object as well would be dope.
Rydvansky .Andrew commented
It all is ok. BUT if I want to do some special animation in AE, I want to share it in XD prototype! And then export some animation to JSON-file.
Eero Pitkänen commented
Defining easing in cubic-bezier(x1,y1,x2,y2) format would be great
Armando Scuro commented
I would like spring animations or pop transition for overlays
Nicky Sulmon commented
Something like the Magic Move transition in Keynote would be very helpful to mock up most interface behaviours.
Note: For transitions where separate objects/layers move independently, please upvote https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12869229-animation-support-microinteractions
jonathan phillips commented
It would be great to have many more Segue/ease function options: ease at specific angle (set angle), keynote transition effects are a good selection of animations. much more customization.
Hassan Khan commented
The animations like fading in, fading out, slide in and slide out could be great. Also these animations should work on Layer level, that is if I want to animate a particular element of a screen, I can do it and not just the whole screen
The transitions now are focused on mobile design. In product design, we have a lot of overlays (dropdowns, sidebars, popups,...). This needs transitions. Flinto does this nice, however, a timeline would be nice (where you can choose to delay certain elements,...)
Neil Macleod commented
It would be great to be able to separate out objects within an artboard and then animate them in the way that Principle does it.
Hi, I propose that XD manage own language to create unique animations and transitions, what do you think? http://bit.ly/1OlAoub
Prentis Brown III commented
A flip right, flip left, pop right, or pop left would be nice. There,s not many others I can think of unless they were custom animations.
AdminDaniel Wabyick (Admin, Adobe) commented
Thanks for the feedback? Are there particular animation / transitions you are looking for? Please share when you can.
Julien R commented
I think the title says it all ;)