• Benjamin De Cock, over 6 years ago

    Thanks Daniel!

    I think you’re doing it right: Framer is a fantastic tool and while the coding part might be scary at first sight, it’s in fact a big win in the long term. If Framer was a purely visual tool, the gap from Framer to CSS/JS would be much harder.

    As for the resources, I’m not aware of great tutorials/books but I’d recommend learning by yourself. The technical side shouldn’t be a blocker, especially if you come from Framer. The hardest part is definitely in the “artistic” approach: finding a good rhythm, the proper easing, the appropriate effects. Keep practicing, it’s the best advice I could give :)

    7 points