Interactive design made simple.

Design high-fidelity scrolling, paging, and screen-to-screen transitions directly on the canvas.

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Prototyping for everyone.

Framer X offers a set of intuitive tools that allow anyone to create native-level interactions in just a few clicks. Use the Link tool to add transitions like push and overlay or create nested scroll views with multi-directional gestures.

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Prototype in seconds.

Link screens, scroll content, and create flawless page transitions — design it all with our brand new interactive tools.

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Advanced scrolling.

Draw scrollable areas, then connect it to your content layers. There’s no limit to what you can create — nested scrolling, vertical slides, fixed headers, and more.

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From screen to screen.

Go from static to motion in minutes. Simply click and drag to connect between screens and layers and we’ll take care of the animations.

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Customize transitions.

Choose from a selection of transition types like push and overlay, or customize the direction of your animations. Leverage our physics engine throughout for incredibly smooth, 60FPS, native-level flows.

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Live feedback.

Preview your designs using our versatile preview window. View a single frame or get a feel for your entire prototype. Pick any of the presentation options, from hands to photo-realistic device frames.

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Perfect pagination.

Design swipeable UI elements using the Page tool. Or link to frames containing multiple cards. Connect, customize, swipe.

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Katrina Batina

“Not needing to know code, but having code power all components makes @framer X a groundbreaking tool that brings together the product design toolkit.“

Katarina Batina, Artsy

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