• Jrtorrents Dorman , over 3 years ago

    I see your point but I can understand the reason for their new direction.

    While framer in it’s current form may be powerful, they only attracted a few small set of designers. Most designers (like myself) don’t want to touch a line of code to make a design/prototype.

    I remember subscribing for month just to try it out but I gave up after the first day and asked for a refund.

    It makes sense that trying to simplify the prototype/screen design experience to cater for a much wider market.

    They’ve good bills and investor money to pay, they can’t keep on catering for tiny market.

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