Initially when building websites with code as my hobby projects, I used to think a lot about how some design decisions are made for a website/app. I was very curious and this curiosity led me to learn more about design and over the years I continuously tried to gain more insights in design to incorporate in my coding projects. The result is that my projects are both visually appealing and crafted with performant code.
I knew about the Framer Motion library by the team long back when I was only doing front-end projects. I liked the vision the company had with amazing features. Then, I used to checkout socials, ProductHunt launches of Framer and saw each of the subsequent products like Framer X, Framer Studio, Framer for Web etc until last year when Farmer Sites launched.
There are so many of them but recently when I saw how cool 404 pages can be, then it became of the favourite Framer sites I've seen. I liked the fact that how interesting we can make a generally boring 404 page. Users will be mesmerised by playing around with these. It has different themes too so it will suit many creative Framer sites.
It's very clean and minimal. Nothing fancy. Here's a quick list:
MacBook Pro 16" (2019)
Logitech MX Master 3
AirPods Pro (1st gen)
iPad Pro 12.9" (6th gen) with Apple Pencil (2nd gen)
Locally bought and custom made desk
Indoor office desk plants
Yes! Recently I bought iPad Pro to learn digital art with Procreate and it's a game changer for being creative!
I always find inspiration, organize them and take notes throughout the process.
Currently the challenge is to create custom vector shapes and create some 3D design assets.
No music. Instead I typically listen to a fun podcast by a YouTuber.
Be willing to ask/send feedback. That's one of the best ways to learn and get inspired from.