The main objective was to showcase my proficiency in Framer by consistently launching a section of a page, not developed in Framer, but personally developed by me. This aimed to demonstrate my skills in various aspects of Framer, including CMS, interactions, and components, over a continuous period of 15 days.
The target audience for this project was agencies and startups.
I exclusively used Framer for the development process.
Given that this was a personal project, I operated independently without communication with any external parties.
The project was structured in two key steps: ideation and development. For ideation, I drew inspiration from pages and sections I admired but were not created using Framer. Subsequently, I would proceed to develop them directly on the platform.
The primary challenge was to maximize learning with each publication, covering various facets that Framer offers to developers. This necessitated a diverse selection of "projects" to develop, ensuring each one presented a unique learning opportunity.
The development was completed in a span of 15 days.
The outcome of this project was highly satisfying. Over the course of 15 consecutive days, I immersed myself in new challenges and learning experiences with Framer. This intensive process significantly enhanced my capabilities in comparison to when I began the project.