In this video, Emmanuel Henri goes through the first interaction and introduces the Link tool and how it can be used to build transitions.
- [Instructor] Okay so now let's explore … how we can do our fist interaction … by doing a transition from this screen to the second screen. … So let's click on the plus, … and then scroll down until you see the interactive section. … So the first way to do an interaction … like we'd explore in the last video is by doing a link. … So a transition between this guy and this guy. … So let's go ahead and do that. … So click on Link, or tap L, … and then select a screen where you want to do … the transition from, … and then to by basically dragging the arrow … to the screen you want to go to. … So as you do this, you're going to be propped … with a properties panel where you have a link section … and you have these options. … So the target is the target of the transition. … So from this splash screen to the list view. … You could actually select other views if you had more, … and then the transition type is either push, … overlay, modal, instant, fade, or flip. … So these are the type of animations …
- 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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