Review on New Features of Mockplus iDoc in November
Mockplus iDoc is a powerful design handoff tool for designers and engineers. With the powerful plugins of Adobe Xd, Photoshop, and Sketch, it could help UI/UX designers handoff designs with specs, assets and code snippets automatically.
Let's see what's new in Mockplus iDoc in November:
1. Gesture interaction
Despite the simple click & jump triggering mode, now you have more choices. Mockplus iDoc has added a variety of gesture interactions: OnLoad, Double click, Press, Swipe left/right/up/down. Rich gesture interactions make prototype demo more practical.
2. Double-click a layer to create an interaction
When you create an interaction, the following situations may occur: when you want to add an interaction on a button, it is hard to make the link area as big as the button, so you try so many times... Now this problem is perfectly resolved. Now you can directly create a link area by double-clicking a layer.
In addition, even if the shape of a layer is changed in Sketch and PS, after reuploaded, the shape of its link area will be synchronized to the latest state, and the interaction on it will also remain.
3. Drag & drop a folder or zip to upload
Now you don't have to unzip and upload images one by one anymore. Instead, you can drag and drop images, folders, and zips directly to the storyboard, and they will be automatically parsed according to their directory structures.
4. @ members in a comment
When there are many project members, how to specifically remind the designer in a comment? Now you can @ members to remind them in a comment in real time. It is really a good feature for developers and designers to improve communication efficiency.
5. Real-time notifications on project changes
After the content of a project is modified, all the project members will receive a notification, so everyone can get notified and grasp the progress in real time.
The above only lists a few new features of Mockplus iDoc. There are more awesome features waiting for you to try. Let's open iDoc and try it right now!