It’s been a while since we wrote a post about the internal structure of LayerVault. The last one was "No One Said Scaling Was Easy," in February of 2012. We were hilariously young then, and the company was just Allan and me. Since then, we’ve grown to 10 strong. Ryan and John have brought even more maturity and knowledge to our core services.
Inside any project, you’ll notice a new page: the Presentations Page. The Presentations Page is a collection of all current and past Presentations associated with your project.
We just rolled out updates to the project sidebar, project history page, and style guide. These iterative improvements make LayerVault easier to navigate and bring more consistency to the UI. Log in and take a look!
We’re excited to tell you about Feedback Threads, a highly requested update that we just rolled out.
As design work evolves, feedback grows. Having conversations becomes more difficult as the number of comments increases. Feedback Threads group related comments into a single thread that’s easy to follow.
We’re putting on two Designer News meetups in the month of December in the San Francisco area.
You’ll notice a familiar tool on each File Page starting today: the Hand Tool.
The Hand Tool functions exactly the same as it would in other applications, such as Sketch or Photoshop. Activate the tool to move the canvas around. Best of all, you can still use other tools with the repositioned canvas. Handy, to say the least.