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Guy Gunaratne
Posted Jan 11 - Read on Facebook

Hello-hello! So I've been using Framer since last September and have finally managed to integrate Framer into our design processes at our video startup. I've found it immensely helpful.

This prototype is for the next iteration of our interactive video player. Our intention is to figure out a standardized approach to interactive video. You pause the video and access the content bar (top left icon) which gives you a list of related content (image galleries, articles etc), essentially making it easier for content creators to monetise and engage viewers.

I would love some feedback on the design/random thoughts.


My startup is also part of the 500 Startups family of companies and so I've been evangelizing Framer JS to everyone I meet at the HQ's in the Valley and in London.

Thanks particularly to Jay Stakelon and Noah Levin for their courses and all those who've answered random questions on here.

I hope to pay it forward!

Note: We're also looking for folks who would want to get involved so give me a shout!


Stephen Crowley

Thanks for sharing Guy! Since the content bar has information that relates to the video, would it work better if it didn't obstruct the video window, rather it complimented it by resizing the video to fit the space to the right?

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