A Screen Design Tool by Framer

High-fidelity design and prototyping, all in one place.

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#3 Product of the WeekDecember 20, 2017
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Today we’re proud to unveil our new screen design tool, fully integrated into Framer.

From Frames, Vectors and SVGs to Handoff, the entire tool is a labor of love, made by designers, for designers. Complemented by our high-fidelity prototyping interface, Framer is now the only tool you need to be a better designer today, tomorrow and beyond.

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Reviews

  • Andrew CunliffeProduct Designer @intuit
    Pros: 

    Design anything you want

    Cons: 

    Other designers don't want to move away from Sketch

    I absolutely love Framer, I have for about two years. If I could only use Framer I would, unfortunately both of the companies I have worked for in the last two years are heavily invested in Sketch. I've been looking to change that, and hopefully can use the features of this release to further do so.

    Great job as always guys!

    Andrew Cunliffe has used this product for one day.
  • Ben ClarkI really fucking hate my username
    Pros: 

    Looks neat

    Cons: 

    I use windows

    Looks good, but a windows version is needed

    Ben Clark has never used this product.

Discussion

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Andrew Mager ♫@mager · Moving people with code at Postmates.
"Please be free, please be free, please be free..." *clicks link* "Please be free, please be free, please be free..." *clicks pricing page* *closes window* That said, it looks really cool. I think you should do a free tier version that has some basic functionality and charge for other features.
🤔@_selcukahmet · Co-Founder (Also founder) of Nothing
@mager 😔 summary of my life
Sebastiaan de With@sdw · Founder, Pictogram
@mager I hope more apps charge instead of relying on some fast-burning round of capital so this expectation changes. I want to be able to adopt a design tool and use it for a reasonable amount of time without fear of it burning through funding because it has to support a huge drove of free users. Please, expect that people charge for tools–and pay for the good ones.
Milan Seitler@milanseitler · Product Lead at Flatio.com
@mager @sdw Yes, let's pay for good apps but let's also have more options for payments. I'm not a big fan of montly fees. Yes, I might prefer to take a free trial, maybe pay one another month to really find out if the tool is the right one for me but then I would welcome if I could pay for it once and have the tool forever. I'm fine with one year of free updates and I can decide to buy another renewal to receive further updates but I might be also fine without any updates and just want to continue using my tool which I already paid a lot for.
Melvin hoyk@melvinhoyk · Front-End Developer @ Faxcore
@mager Currently using Figma but need a good animation, shall give Invision Studio this month a try.
Sebastiaan de With@sdw · Founder, Pictogram
Framer is a spectacular tool that's rapidly getting better. This is a pretty huge move, and I'm stoked to see how good this looks. As a designer, I'm excited to be alive in a time with so many good tools coming out.
Daniel.@danielrakh · Product Designer | iOS Developer
YES! I'm so happy that you guys added Groups in Design. You don't know how much time I wasted deleting "parent" layers and creating new ones when I had to adjust things. Also Design seems a lot more snappier! Have you guys done speed improvements for that? Things were choppy a lot for me in the previous versions with heavy artboards. Just one recommendation: Please make it easy for me to flip through artboards in the Framer iOS app. I feel designers duplicate artboards a lot to compare changes side by side and doing it on the phone is 🔑
Hari Krishna Dulipudi@1hakr · Maker of ACrypto, AnExplorer & VisaList
Looks great! Can i export the designs into PDF's?
Peter Sekan@pdxiii · Interface Designer
TBH I always wished that Sketch and Framer would have build a team. I am not happy with another application copying the game changer. In the early days of both apps the integration was so simple, that was just cool.
Martin LeBlanc@leblancstartup
@pdxiii In the end, having competition is often good for end-users. Especially in terms of pricing.
Peter Sekan@pdxiii · Interface Designer
@leblancstartup sure 99$/year (for updates) burns a hole into everybody’s pocket.