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A digest of inspiring design content

This week we’re highlighting the official components created exclusively for the Framer community by design teams at Twitter, Dropbox, Unsplash, Mapbox, and more. Every package contains hundreds of visual and interactive elements that can be used together or pulled apart, all designed to work out-of-the-box. Learn more about our launch partners and their components, available now in the Framer X Store. Read it on the blog.

Dropbox’s Zach Johnston shares how the team rebuilt the Framer X Desktop Kit to include hundreds of macOS components that use real data. Dive in.

Interested in bringing your production components into Framer X? Datadog’s Ivan Cruz has you covered with this step-by-step tutorial. Level up.

Smashing Magazine’s "New Frontiers in Web Design" e-book covers accessible apps, CSS Grid Layout, responsive art direction and more. Read up.

Simple doodles and plain English make Linton Ye’s video course a fun and easy way for beginners to learn React fundamentals for Framer X. Enroll now.

Design and Code in Framer X

We’re excited to share that Design + Code’s much awaited React for Framer X course is out! It’s a well-articulated and structured way to learn how to design layouts, code components and prototype animations, catering to both designers with no coding experience and developers interested in design. The course is completely free and for a limited time, we’re offering all Design + Code Pro subscribers 50% off an annual Framer X subscription. Get the free course.

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