• Tarun ChakravortyTarun Chakravorty, over 7 years ago

    Framer is equally good, if not better for desktop compared to mobile. I have been using it for all kinds of desktop interactions and its really valuable because you are technically working on the same technology that your devs are working on. This means that if you ever run into issues you can always ask them and if they are wondering how you did some crazy animation magic, they can simply look at how your code is working in the browser.

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    • Tyrale BloomfieldTyrale Bloomfield, over 7 years ago

      Yes Framer is great. I rock it all day long for any screen size. Remember your interaction shouldn't be based on the size of the screen but the interplay of you elements.

      You can use Framer is codepen.io which will give you great web context. The Framer Studio is tuned "towards" mobile by default because it looks cool for marketing. The full desktop features are there, just not push in your face.

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      • Chad Behnke, over 7 years ago

        Thanks, Tarun and Tyrale! I've been intrigued by Framer.js, but hesitant to try it because of how heavily they marketed it as a mobile prototyping tool. I'll definitely be checking it out now.

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    • Moaaz SidatMoaaz Sidat, over 7 years ago

      +1 for Framer, been using Framer for several months now, recently started using it in collab with Codepen and so far it's working out pretty nicely. And since it's Javascript, it's really useful for web stuff.

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