There are times when I find myself doing repetitive tasks. In my never-ending quest to free up my time, I try to create tools or templates that will allow me to move faster next time. These are some of the stuff I created.
Designing for government services means I deal with a lot of forms. Taking advantage of framer's design and code tabs, I created this boilerplate for my less code-savvy colleagues.
They will now be able to design their form in the design tab (similar to working in sketch) and make minimal changes in code to have a testable working prototype. This version comes with: native mobile keyboards, input limits, validation, displaying input data in a review page and so on.
(Try it with the framer app on your phone to get the native keyboards)
Taking advantage of the google translate function in google sheets, I quickly whipped up this sheet to help fine-tune my layout designs for the four main languages in Singapore — English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. The character count gives me a rough estimation of the maximum width I should accommodate for my components.