Time trigger for scroll animation
Auto-page scroll is often needed feature to trigger on artboard/page-load. Currently I can mimic this effect by making 2 artboards, moving a group up (or down) on the scroll position and use auto-animate artboard-to-artboard.
Here on the second board, user should be able to scroll back up the content group (which mimicked auto-scroll down using auto-animate) yet, XD does not support scrolling content positioned above an artboard. Ideal XD-feature should allow to set an auto-scroll for layers (perhaps to a certain Y-position) and let user to scroll back while displaying a scroll-bar.
I’m going to leave this one open, but please note that you can do this already using auto-animate and the time trigger.
Brian Warchesik commented
Dennis Ferreira commented
Currently, I am achieving the same effect by using drag action which is good for mobile apps but not websites
Trigger: Scroll Action: Auto-animate
If you could do something like this but not with time trigger rather when scrolled. This could be easy for many of the xd users.
Dave Boyd commented
Agreed. I'd like to use a fixed-position vertical breadcrumb that changes as the user scrolls down the page. So some sort of scroll placement trigger would be good.
Armando Scuro commented
basically 'On-Scroll' trigger for animation
i hope we can trigger the timed auto animations when you scroll to a portion of your website mock. I want my elements to appear only when i pass thru them in my page prototype. This feature will create a more seamless, animation rich prototypes!
Auto-animate is great. At last one step, i guess, towards timeline.
Well, at least i hope so...
Placing artboards as keyframes i guess its kind of half way through to the real thing :)
For on-load animations it would be great to have the option to trigger it by Y position - to be able to show how it happens in real time when the user scrolls and reaches that specific point on the web page that triggers the animation. Triggering by time or by tap is not a good option for that.