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Here’s a recording of last week’s live with co-founder and . They demo-ed visual design improvements, the developer experience in Framer X and took some questions from the community —
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The Page tool in has more capabilities than you may think. Create impressive interactive designs, like this scrollable date-picker, just by enabling momentum in the properties panel. Learn more —
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Designer and developer created this delightful motion blur transition in with images from . Check it out and show us what you’ve made recently —
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Framer Feb 19
Just announced: New location and dates for 2019! Join us this August 15 -16 at the iconic in Amsterdam. Watch the recap video below and sign up to get notified as we release more details —
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Framer Feb 18
Is the world ready for fully digital passports? Interaction designer Mantas Lilis used to imagine what this would look like in a European context —
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Framer Feb 18
Dexpay is an award-winning open point of sale platform that lets retailers accept a called DAI. Check out the app UI, designed completely in by
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Framer Feb 17
Interactive components are designed to take your work to the next level. Check out how experience designer used ’s powerful package in this prototype — Plus, try the Mapbox component yourself —
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Framer Feb 16
Stacks in will change the way you design. Forget about constantly nudging and rearranging elements on your canvas. With Stacks, everything adapts dynamically for you —
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Framer Feb 15
Designer from created this animated button as a way to get into code components in . Check out his handy guide and source file here —
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Framer Feb 15
Read these top tips for a successful year as a distributed design team by our very own
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Framer Feb 14
Speed up your design time by using Stacks in . Watch your canvas arrangement adjust dynamically as you drag and reorder layers. Creating lists, grids, and navs has never been so easy. Learn more —
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Framer Feb 14
Using React components brings your projects closer to production and makes them instantly feel like finished products. Check out how designer used ’s package in this prototype — Download the Mapbox component —
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Framer Feb 13
Interested in learning how to toggle between animation states in ? Oculus product designer shows you how in this quick tips video —
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Framer Feb 13
Easily create sophisticated parallax animations with ’s ready-made package. Here used it to make a beautiful website. Download the Parallax package for free — Check out Nick’s design on Dribbble —
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Framer Feb 12
We're live from the Framer HQ! Tune in to watch Framer co-founder and product specialist do product demos, answer questions from the community, and more —
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Framer Feb 12
Designer and developer Zixuan Kevin Fan created this dynamic line graph component using React and Typescript. Check out the source code here —
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Framer Feb 11
Live from our Amsterdam office, Framer co-founder and product specialist will be doing product demos, answering questions from the community, and more. Tune in tomorrow at 18:00 CET / 9:00 PST —
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Framer Feb 11
Small features can have a big impact on your workflow. Our new buttery smooth zoom has significantly improved the whole experience. Get the full story —
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Framer Feb 10
Designer ’s new component works exactly like a regular browser window. Choose between a MacOS or Safari theme and see your next web UI in context, instantly —
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Framer Feb 10
Can you imagine designing with zero limits? Our new lightning-fast canvas literally has no borders. In our latest blogpost, Framer product engineer dives into the technical implications of building an infinite canvas —
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