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Yeah, I think the sketch importer could be improved—I have had that same problem you mentioned, where I would move artboards to a different file just for the prototyping. Hopefully , they have something lined up in the future.
I go over more than just the interface—it's a 16 videos playlist, not just the first video ;). The playlist starts getting more into coding around video 5 :)
This is awesome!
Gonna add this to the course!
Dude, thanks for the candid advice. You're right, I'm gonna consolidate the first 3-4 videos into one, that part doesn't need to be cut into pieces. THANK YOU!
Yay! Thank you, Tom. Let me know what you think when you watch it!
You're welcome, Pete. I hope you enjoy it :)
Hopefully, this helps you get started. I made the videos super digestible, so so we don't feel overwhelmed with the coding stuff.
Thank you, Steven. I'm glad you found it useful. My main goal was to lose the fear of designing with the code editor, still a bit intimidated, but it's really rewarding when you start using it. I'll keep putting videos with more advanced stuff as I keep learning.
Thanks for watching the whole thing :)
Thank you! I appreciate it!
Hell yeah, man! I hope you like it ;)
Hey, guys! I made this crash course on Framer⚡️
It covers the basics in short videos. The learning curve is not as steep as I originally thought since the text editor offers stuff like auto-code, smart auto-complete, error log, and code snippets. I hope this course helps others that are in the same position as I was (a bit afraid of opening a code editor). You really feel empowered when you add animations, states, components, etc. with code.
I love the simplicity of the UI of the design tab. It makes me think in a different way when I'm designing stuff using their parenting, targeting, and hierarchy logic. I still miss some of the features from Sketch, but I can just import my artboards and add interactions on Framer too ;)
The curriculum follows most of Framer's documentation, so if you prefer reading, I would recommend taking a look at them—super thorough. I'll keep adding more complex stuff as I keep learning too
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