Drama

Design, prototype and animate in a single Mac app.

Introducing Drama.
Design, prototype and animate in a single Mac app.
To create a prototype in Drama:
• Draw scenes.
• Connect the scenes with transitions.
• Drama will automatically create morphing animations between your scenes, based on layer names.
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14 Reviews4.6/5
Miso Antonic
Maker
Lead Developer of Drama and PaintCode
Hello Product Hunt! We're really happy to announce Drama — all-in-one design, prototyping and animation tool. We've been working on Drama for several years and we're delighted to finally show it to you. Please feel free to ask any questions - we'll do our best to answer them!
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@miso_antonic This is an impressive and well designed piece of software. Congrats to the whole team!
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Miso Antonic
Maker
Lead Developer of Drama and PaintCode
@pugson Thanks!
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Michael Riddering
🎨 Product Designer
How does this compare to Principle?
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agronpalm trees for days
@ridderingand_ More control. For example, Drama allows tweaks to the line-spacing and line-height of text. It seems super simple but there are a lot of little details like these that made it worth it for me.
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Tricer∴tops
Maker
Developer of PaintCode.app and Drama.app
Hi, we’ve been working on this app for a long time and we are very happy you can finally try it. Which aspect of Drama will you use most often?
Create static UI designs.
Experiment with animations.
Build clickable app prototypes.
Everything together!
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Julie Chabin
Head of Product Design at Product Hunt
I gotta ask. Why the name?
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Miso Antonic
Maker
Lead Developer of Drama and PaintCode
@syswarren We wanted something that is memorable, easy to spell, short, different and related to motion and movement. I understand the name is a bit controversial, but that is one of the reasons why we picked it.
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Julie Chabin
Head of Product Design at Product Hunt
@miso_antonic I like it
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Tudor Baidoc
A Web & UI Designer
@syswarren Exactly my thought, why this name? It really doesn't fit to this kind of app, anyways, good luck with the project.
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Paul Martens
Hunter
The golden rule applies to design
I’m a big fan of Paintcode, so I was thrilled to see this product announcement in my inbox. Although it’s a saturated market, knowing what these guys can do, I’m really looking forward to future releases.
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