Gotcha is a project inspector for Framer, a lot like Zeplin but designed for interactive prototypes. With Gotcha, a designer can hand off a prototype and allow a developer to instantly view detailed information about each element in the project. Gotcha exposes a wealth of live data on positions, sizes, text and even animations.
Gotcha on Github
Framework is a component library for Framer. Designed to jump-start prototyping projects, Framework provides a design system's worth of pre-built, modular components, all of which can be dropped into projects and even themed to match the designer's brand guidelines.
Explore the UK's best trails and long-distance hikes. This project was an experiment in handling horizontal navigation and beautiful state transitions in a drill-down interface.
A data driven prototype, this prototype makes live calls to the Google Maps, Google Places, and Refuge Restrooms APIs, in order to find nearby gender-neutral bathrooms.
Communicating a game design and getting the interaction right are tough with static designs. This prototype demonstrates both the core idea of the game and how movement and action selections work on mobile.
A basic gallery interface, this project explored managing and communicating data states (which photos are starred) across different views.
Look familiar? It should feel familiar too. Long press icons to enter a selection mode, then drag icons to reposition them.
This prototype reproduces a working model of an e-book reader, allowing for fine tuning of the interactive elements, including style controls.