Principle Repo

Collection of FREE Principle files for animation/prototyping

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I just started learning Principle last weekend and after just a few minutes, I was hooked. The learning curve was easy and there was a growing Facebook community of users behind it. After running across many people sharing their .prd source files, I came up with the idea to start a website where Principle users can find and share resources, articles and tutorials. With the help of the community, I want to make Principle Repo as the go-to source for learning Principle. I'm already planning on doing some more in-depth video tutorials, just waiting to see what people would want to learn. If you're a UI/UX designer and you haven't tried out @principleapp, you gotta give it a try. Very useful for creating micro-interactions. Before, I was content with just my flat jpeg/psd and calling it a day. But now, designers really need to start thinking about how their designs will work. Will that button fade in? Will you snap a menu on scroll? Will you remove that notification message with a swipe? All these things can be done in Principle app πŸ˜‰. Really impressed with what @danielchooper has done with the app so far. More and more designers are using it, and I can't wait for the next version to come out with even more features!
@jadlimcaco Thank you for creating this resource for the design community! This will prove to be quite valuable in the near future for everyone.
@adamkirkwood I sure hope it does 😊
Amazing initiative!!! Already on my favorites bar :)
@elyawp Thanks Elya! πŸ‘
Awesome job Jad! Any plans to add more filtering/sorting? I like how has specific use cases listed on the side. That, or being able to tag files would be nice.
@sunyanlee I'm already tagging them in the back-end. Just thinking about a great way to solve this filtering/sorting problem. I want to do it in the most helpful way as possible. Planning to ask the Principle FB community for their ideal solution :)
Jad awesome work on this. A questions about submitting: Is it okay to submit others work that we come across? Or should it be yours Looking forward to see this grow and how we can help it so.
@minimalmally Would definitely be fine to submit other people's work. As long as we can properly attribute the work to them. Thanks for asking. BTW, just added your file here.
This is wonderful! Would love to see categories emerge around specific patterns in Mobile (like Kit Oliynyk does here: 'Onboarding' is a great start. Thanks Jad!
@lizco Thanks for sharing this Liz. Looks very organized, and would love to do something like this as well :)