There’s a lot of great Framer modules that other designers and developers have created that you can download and use in your own prototypes. I’ve collected some of my favorites here for you to check out.
If you’re prototyping with audio in Framer, this module takes care of all the common audio interactions for you while allowing you to customize the progress bars, volume, time display and more. It also includes lots of examples to learn from.
This Framer module automatically rotates a series of images for you. You can setup your images in Sketch and it will automatically figure out where to place them so they rotate equally from one another.
Pass in two layers and this module will create a flip interaction between them on click.
A module to create scroll components with sticky stamps in Framer.
This Framer module makes it easy to add text to your prototypes. It allows you to do things like autosize a layer based on text length and style, make text editable, or create a quick list.
Set Google material design properties for your Framer layers including the elevation, surface reaction, color, and ripple.
Handle device orientation events using the accelerometer.
A simple controller that allows you to transition between views with just a couple lines of code.
A collection of useful functions to make mobile prototyping with Framer easier. You can use functions like .fadeIn() to fade in a layer without having to setup all the properties yourself or listen to events like myLayer.click instead of myLayer.on Events.Click.
Do you have a Framer module you love to use or one you think would be really useful? Let me know in the comments below.