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Framer Sessions 05

  • Uber HQ 1455 Market Street San Francisco, CA, 94103 United States (map)

Continuing the momentum from the original Framer Sessions, pioneered in SF by Ben Adamson, you'll get a chance to learn new Framer techniques and meet other Designers.

Featuring 10 hands-on workshops with varying levels of advancement (including novice), capped at about 10 people per workshop.


  • Novice
  • Intermediate
  • Working with real data, modules and other complex stuff

Speakers include:

Presented by Apogee SF, sponsored by Uber


  • 6:15 Arrivals, Sodas, Tea
  • 6:30 Speaker-> David Politi - Design & Diversity 
  • 6:45 Speaker-> Peter Ng - Framer in Practice @Uber
  • 7:05 Speaker-> George Kedenburg III - TBD
  • 7:30 Workshops 
  • 8:30 Food, Beer/Wine, Chatter
  • 9:00 Closing time


These are the people who lead workshops. Our Mentors are kind people who want to help, and have a deep passion for empowering Designers to iterate upon quality experiences and interactions.

They too were once a Novice, and struggled with Framer just like you did. #FS05 includes 10 Workshops, ranging from novice to advanced. Each Workshop is a candid, hands-on experience to learn new things and meet other Designers. 


Daniel Lin

Prototyping wearable experiences @Jawbone


Workshop: Basics of prototyping VR in Framer - Walk through of @jonastreub's VRComponent Module


Tisho Georgiev


Designing robots for people @MayfieldRobot

Workshop: Advanced will cover using real data in your prototypes, CoffeeScript tips and tricks and using native iOS APIs within Framer


Riccardo Valerio


Exploring interactivity through design

Workshop: Mentoring the advanced group, mainly walking through projects, talking meta and problem solving


Richard Burton


I have used Framer to help me prototype a Mac app called Balance

Workshop: Framer 101 from Sketch to Framer


Malcom Wold


Passion for turning research and data insights into prototyped design solutions

Workshop: Getting started, Prototyping with Framer for non-coders



Mike Lee


Product Designer at Sunrun

Workshop: Quick overview of CoffeeScript, learning about layers, importing from Sketch and how Framer uses Sketch files


Ben Adamson


Prototyping enthusiast and framer advocate. I love using framer because out brings UI to life, it's a totally different experience once it feels alive.

Workshop: Beginner, coding basics, gotchas


Nicolas Ducdodon


A French Prototyper/Designer living in Oakland, CA and working @carrotchat

Workshop: Intermediate topics, including loops., Selected state, HTML countdown function, and an on-boarding screen requiring the user to select 3 items to continue



Lead a Workshop

Are you interested in Mentoring at an Apogee SF event? We'd love to hear from you. Sign up for our Newsletter and be sure to check the Lead a Workshop box. We'll get in touch.

Later Event: October 20
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