I made this with my 3.5 year old son Jonah last night. And we changed a few things this morning. It was mostly under his direction with a few suggestions on my end. (spin them and blend them)
The hardest part was keeping up with his ideas. :D
Pretty fun working with him… I think next we might make a fun letters game where he can practice organizing the letters in his name and can trace them to draw with his finger. It should be fun to make during the rainy days here in Seattle.
This is amazing! :D
haha, love it!
The code is pretty sloppy thanks to how fast the ideas were coming out of his head. :D
This is so cool! Any chance on an audio recorded session? I'd like to hear this visionary think and explore the future of interfaces.
Actually not that much of a joke. I'd love to hear a kid come up with ideas to make stuff on screens. I bet I can actually learn from it.
Oh man… that might be a lot of fun Koen. I could probably do that on the next one. You might have to hear me say “Do I need to remind you again about hanging on my arm / chair / laptop / back” a 1000 times. :P
Little kids want everything now… So I probably would want to have a few elements / ideas / sources ready before hand… and Jonah and I would probably need to talk about what we want to build first… that way I can be prepared and he can be 5% more focused.
But yeah this sounds super fun to record. I’m sure he’d love to see it 5 - 10 years from now too.
He honestly loved seeing the work we did on the computer and that it would show up almost instantly on the phone so he could try it right away.
Splendid job! I have no idea what is going on but just spent 10 minutes playing with it.
Nothing is going on. Lol. Until now we've spent most of our time drawing colors , faces and shapes in illustrator or photoshop. So he wanted to do the same thing here. But I showed him that we could move stuff and ideas started flying around from there.
Glad you spent some time with it.
I'm obsessed with the smiley face going from happy to not.
So... does he want to present on Thursday? haha
Koen - he was not pleased until the eyes got squishy. He stormed out of the room saying "that's not a sad face... you have to squish the eyes!"
Stephen - he might like to join me... I don't know if he'd sit still all that time though.
this is so cool!
That mix blend mode styling is really cool!!
Super creative, artful, nice execution stretching what Framer is perceived as being capable of. Great work.
What a lovely toy! I can't believe how fluid it is.
Way to go Jordan and Framer!
Thanks Kat it was a lot of fun!
really cool stuff)
I need to do this with him again now that he's about a year older.
Playing with this is way more fun than listening to lecture right now
That was his entire goal Spencer. Fun fun fun.
damnnn that is awesome and trippy