Framer X

The interactive design tool built for everyone.

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The wait is over. Now you can get your hands on Framer X, a powerful new product that makes interactive design easy for everyone. Make everyday interactions in seconds, design interactive components right from the canvas, install components from the world’s first in-app design store, and so much more.

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  • Sascha Michael Trinkaus
    Sascha Michael TrinkausSenior UX Engineer, GoDaddy Inc.
    Pros: 

    Amazing flexibility, completely new way to prototype. Very stable already. Component democratization via Shared Component Store.

    Cons: 

    Learning curve isn't exactly shallow, especially for non-React folks. Well worth the effort though.

    <3

    Framer X is fantastic and the good folks at Framer are super responsive when it comes to feature requests and suggestions. I'd recommend Meng To's course to anyone getting started. Pavel Laptev's article on Medium also has some good pointers on how to get started with your own components: https://medium.com/@PavelLaptev/framer-x-beta-overview-and-examples-58dba80a6865 —— that being said, you can create awesome prototypes without writing a line of code, especially if you rely on more common UX patterns which allows to use shared components from the store.

    +100

    Sascha Michael Trinkaus has used this product for one month.
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Benjamin den Boer
Benjamin den BoerMaker@benjaminnathan · Designer
The wait is officially over. Now you can download Framer X, a powerful new product that makes interactive design easy for everyone. Get ready to make everyday interactions in seconds, design interactive components right from the canvas, install components from the world’s first in-app design store, and so much more. To celebrate the launch of Framer X, we’re offering 25% off annual subscriptions for the next three days. You can also tweet with the hashtag #GetFramerX for a chance to win a subscription. https://bit.ly/2MDkg6Z
Abadesi
Abadesi@abadesi · Co-founder, Elpha
@benjaminnathan Thanks for sharing a discount code! Since we featured Framer two months ago could you kindly share this on that post here: https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Will's Myth
Will's Myth@jucaslames · Co-Founder, Comic Cartel
Cool, but woof there is a mountain of a learning curve. Also, only a 14-day trial, not a 30 day like Sketch. With my full-time job and parental life, it's gonna take me that time just to learn how to use the heckin' thing. Pro tip: Make sure you have a large swath of free time before you start the trial so you can maximize the initial usage to decide if it's right for you. They do seem to be aware of the learning curve and offer a lot of training vids. Looks really cool though, g'job!
Brad Bitler
Brad Bitler@bitler · Principal UX at Autodesk
I downloaded the trial yesterday. I'm very impressed and the experience is super intuitive. This is a huge improvement from previous versions. As someone who uses spends hours a day in Sketch I felt at ease and quickly grasped this version of Framer. Rather than importing one react component in at a time it would be awesome if I could connect a git repo or upload an entire project at once. Storyboard integration would be useful as well.