The world of technology constantly evolves. Whether we like it or not the tech giants continue to raise the minimum level of user expectation when it comes to design.
But what happens when that expectation surpasses standard FileMaker UI features?
During a recent FileMaker webinar on how good design can help when delivering a custom app I showed how at Solis Digital we utilise a web framework called Semantic UI to enhance our interfaces.
The thought of using any web-code in FileMaker sent shivers down my spine until about 12 months ago. I promise you it is not as scary or as complex as you may think. Here is a quick example of how you can add an animated button and more to your custom app.
To see what more can be done with Semantic UI watch the video below and download the free example file.
If you have any problems, questions or suggestions for improvements to this file, please do not hesitate to get in contact via email — email@example.com
If you after changing the world or just fancy a chat, you can always find us at solisdigital.com
At the start of November, we had a new person join Team Solis — Sam Reis! We could not be more thrilled that Sam has joined our organisation in the role of FileMaker UX Designer, focusing on building out our design UI/UX capabilities whilst continuing to push the boundaries of UX with FileMaker. Sam is a very strong leader in the FileMaker UX community, including his work with FileMaker Examples and sharing his designs on Dribble. Enjoy getting to know about his role at Solis and other fun things with our Q&A spotlight:
Solis today announced it has won the Excellence in Development 2020 Claris Partner of the Year Award. The company was honoured among a global field of top Claris partners for demonstrating excellence in development, innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Claris technology.