Adaptive layouts, automatically.

With Framer X, layout design never felt so simple. Get ready to design for every device, on any platform.

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Design smarter.

Framer X includes automated grouping, adaptive layouts, and flexible stacks so you can effortlessly arrange elements on your canvas without worrying about even distribution, alignment, or responsiveness.

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Instantly adaptive.

Our layout tool automatically infers constraints and hierarchy, and you can even customize further in the properties panel. Pin or unpin the position of a layer and watch as the simulator shows how your selection will adapt.

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Flexible stacks.

Framer X introduces a new kind of layout tool: stacks. Now you can easily distribute, position, and rearrange elements evenly on your canvas with the power of Flexbox.

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Next-level layouts.

Tailor everything in your stacks. In Framer X you can change the direction, distribution type, and alignment of elements, or completely customize the spacing between elements.

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Powerful positioning.

Get ready to design responsive lists and grids better than you could before. Framer X includes fraction and relative sizing so you can fine-tune with exceptional control.

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Rearrange elements.

Changing the position of elements on your canvas takes seconds in Framer X. Just drag elements around within a Stack and all spacing will remain intact.

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Drag, drop, and insert.

Need to add a new layer to your list, grid, or navigation? Simply drop it within the appropriate Stack and watch as all other elements adapt accordingly.

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