7 comments

  • Kyro Beshay, 6 years ago

    Just wanted to say thanks for all your hard work.

    I've long been meaning to learn animation and motion design, but never had the time or energy to fully invest in developing that skill. Do I pick up After Effects? Quartz? Maybe I should just learn JS from the ground up? Being prone to analysis paralysis certainly didn't help.

    Well last week I took on a new project and decided to check out FramerJS again, noticed you guys had developed Studio. Looked easy enough, so I downloaded, browsed a few examples and jumped right in. A week into it and I've got my first fully animated design prototype and could not be more pleased with it and myself. And now I'm trying to think of new apps to design as an excuse to make more animations!

    It's enabled me more in my work than any other (design) app I've used. (Sketch, I love you, but the relationship is still pretty unstable.)

    Anyway, thanks again. You guys have helped this guy, and I'm sure many others, take their game to the next level.

    3 points
  • , 6 years ago

    Hey guys,

    We just shipped Framer Studio 1.8 with a TON of new viewing features. You can now present your prototypes in portrait or landscape with beautiful hi-res device artwork by @Mockuuups

    Check out the blog for a full overview. Let us know what you think!

    2 points
    • Mindy NamMindy Nam, 6 years ago

      Hi Jorn, I've been trying to download the FS Mirror app for the full screen mirroring experience but I can't find it in the app store. What am I doing wrong?

      0 points
      • , 6 years ago

        Hey Mindy - Mirror is a feature in Framer Studio, which you can find in the toolbar of the Mac app. The same goes for 'Present' which allows you to view your prototype full-screen and show your work. There is no official Framer iOS app, yet.

        1 point