20 comments

  • Adam T.Adam T., almost 2 years ago

    Just a note on the marketing page - the progress-through-gif indicators is such a nice and unique touch - well done on the whole with the promotion page.

    16 points
  • Ted McDonald, almost 2 years ago

    My favorite part is the imminent release date.

    8 points
  • , almost 2 years ago

    It’s almost here! From Frames and Shapes to Vectors and more, it’s all going live on December 20th.

    In anticipation of the big unveiling, here’s a first look at all the features launching as part of our complete screen design toolkit.

    5 points
    • Thomas MathewThomas Mathew, almost 2 years ago

      Has there been thought in Framer Studio around statefulness and component libraries? I feel like Figma and Subform are innovating in these areas.

      6 points
      • Clayton Farr, almost 2 years ago

        ^ This. Please. Once states and components can be managed in Framer's Design view it’ll be something that can start replacing a lot of other options.

        0 points
  • Clark WimberlyClark Wimberly, almost 2 years ago

    I didn't even know this existed a few days ago, and it's already looking like a top contender. Can't wait!

    3 points
  • Alex Hazel, almost 2 years ago

    They managed to dance around the one feature I was curious if they added. The ability to apply a border to only ONE SIDE of a shape similar to CSS. Does anyone know if they have this feature? Figma and most other tools do NOT have this. It's infuriating. It seems so basic.

    2 points
    • Tamas Kertesz, almost 2 years ago

      I previously worked around this issue by adding multiple shadows to an element and just restricting it to one side. It's stupid, I'd rather have this feature baked in.

      0 points
    • Harper Lieblich, almost 2 years ago

      Ugh, so agree! This is such a huge pain for me, compounded by the poor handling of lines in Sketch.

      2 points
  • Spencer Bigum, almost 2 years ago

    I'm wondering if the new 'Naturally responsive layouts' will let you change grids as you resize?. If my 4 col layout on desktop can change to a single column layout on mobile - that would be crazy.

    1 point
  • Marcel M., almost 2 years ago

    At first glance I thought they're collaborating with Figma now, adding all their features.

    ...whoops :D

    These features are somehow essentials for UI designers nowadays. Just getting a little bored of marketing "all new" "better" "innovative"...

    1 point
  • Martin JerkovicMartin Jerkovic, almost 2 years ago

    I've recently designed a couple of desktop screens directly in Framer and these are exactly the bits that I was missing. Great job Framer team, can't wait to get my hands on it!

    1 point
  • Matt Lewis, almost 2 years ago

    I can't wait to try this out, there's so many nice features that Sketch is falling short on.

    0 points
  • Greg Warner, almost 2 years ago

    Looking really promising. Liking that eventually Windows looks to be on the roadmap as well.

    0 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, almost 2 years ago

    Alright, let's see what they did.

    0 points
  • Nick FNick F, almost 2 years ago

    Looks promising, eager to try it out!

    0 points
  • Emanuel SerbanoiuEmanuel Serbanoiu, almost 2 years ago

    Sketch and Invision scared under the stairs, XD is sucking it's thumb in the corner after seeing this.

    0 points
  • s0fa potato, almost 2 years ago

    there is so much about this that just makes sense! I feel like Sketch is aggravating when I run into a few of these things that are missing!

    0 points