9 comments

  • Benjamin den Boer, almost 4 years ago

    Hey all, our latest release is here with stunning new devices for previewing and presenting your prototypes. We've teamed up with the Facebook Design Team to bring you a beautiful new set of mobile phones, tablets and watches. We've also revamped and simplified our previewing features. Thanks to Julius, Jeff and George for all of their great work!

    6 points
  • Pedro Ivo HudsonPedro Ivo Hudson, almost 4 years ago

    There's an "overflow-x:hidden" creating a unnecessary scrollbar.

    2 points
  • Michael LeeMichael Lee, almost 4 years ago

    Amazing, thanks!

    2 points
  • Ethan BondEthan Bond, almost 4 years ago (edited almost 4 years ago )

    Jeez, I'm always amazed at the detail on these things. Nice work Framer/FB Design!

    Does anyone else feel that surrounding their prototypes in these might push them to polish their prototypes more than necessary? I get the feeling that they kind of raise the stakes of sharing a prototype, which defeats the purpose for most contexts (besides marketing and getting buy-in from non designers).

    Any thoughts?

    1 point
    • Jorn van Dijk, almost 4 years ago

      Thanks Ethan! We invest the time so you can skip most of the device setup and focus on the prototype instead. Once you're ready to show it off, the options are there for you to use or ignore :-)

      2 points
  • Sarthak PranitSarthak Pranit, almost 4 years ago

    Hey Benjamin,

    First of all, a huge fan of FramerJS. Intricacies without your software would have been an AE fiasco.

    However, let me trace back to the time when Framer introduced the scaling option while importing from Sketch. That was really a huge timesaver. If something similar can be done on the Framer app for Android, it would really be the complete package.

    Reason for this request - whenever we decide on a design, we certainly test that it looks suited on all devices. And Android supports just way too many resolutions. Such a scaling on the Android app may save a lot of time and worry.

    0 points
  • Joe BlauJoe Blau, almost 4 years ago

    Looks really nice. I feel like presentation is always a key part in getting your ideas across and these preview devices make me envious of something like these for native video recordings.

    Also, Is the scrolling on the page messed up for anyone else? Each time the scrolling stops, I get a rubber-banded scroll then a real scroll. Maybe it's Safari?

    0 points