Review the requirements and background required before taking this course.
- [Instructor] This course is not an intro to Framer. I expect you to have some experience using Framer or have taken my introduction course. If not I would highly recommend you start with my Framer for UX Design course as we're not covering the basics in this course. Also, some knowledge of CoffeeScript doesn't hurt as this is the language used in Framer. Basically, some knowledge of its basic syntax will help you understand better what is happening in a few videos in this course. If you'd like a good overview of CoffeeScript, view the Up and Running with CoffeeScript course with Ray Villalobos.
If you are missing any of the above requirements you should be able to follow along and if you get lost at any stage go back to the resources mentioned.
- Researching UI colors, styles, and fonts
- Using assets available in Framer
- Creating views
- Adding navigation
- Using classes and loops
- Importing a module to extend Framer
- Creating inputs
- Adding a detail view
- Adding final interactions
- Animating a popup
- Animating a function