In this video, Emmanuel Henri introduces the component and starts working on a component from design.
- [Instructor] You may have heard me talking about … components many times since the beginning of this course. … So lets explore them together. … In it's simplest definition, a component … is a building block for your design. … It can be anything such as a button, … a text, a section of your design. … There can components inside of components. … For example, if we take a look at our layers, … all of these are components inside the stack component … or the title area is a component inside … of the item component. … The splash screen is also a component. … So you can make them as small or big as you want. … So most people will wonder, but how do I define … what makes up a component … or what determines what should be a component? … So when you start creating components here, … how do you determine what makes a good component or not? … So do you make a component out of the text … or the entire splash screen … or the logo? … How do you determine that? … My suggestion to you and what I've been following …
- What is Framer X?
- Navigating the user interface
- Designing with Framer X
- Working with the layout and drawing tools
- Building interactions
- Creating simple and complex components
- Implementing overrides
- Exporting your prototype
Skill Level Intermediate
Prototyping AR User Experiences with Framerwith Emmanuel Henri51m 50s Intermediate
1. Framer X Overview
2. Design with Framer X
3. Build Interactions with Framer X
4. Create Simple Components
5. Create Complex Components
6. Advanced Features in Framer X
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