Intellectual property rights
- Everything you post remains yours
- All work is published under the MIT License
- All work published is public - other people can share, copy, and distribute the original project for their own use
- Don’t upload other people’s work
- Respect other people’s intellectual property rights
Every project you post to the community showcase can be opened as a duplicate by other visitors. This means they get a copy of your project to inspect, draw inspiration, and learn from. We do require that others give credit when drawing inspiration from your project.
To keep the Showcase strong and safe for any user, Framer does not allow the following types of content:
- Hate speech
- Illegal goods/activities
The Showcase is designed to help you promote your work and yourself. However, your ability to publish content is not a license to spam other users. Please use it to showcase Framer work and help others learn from that work. Any content we deem spam will be removed.
- No advertisements
- No links to spam websites
- No blank/empty projects
- No exact copies of default Framer projects or tutorials
The Framer Showcase is a safe, inclusive space welcoming to our entire community. As such, any content you post should not contain others' private information such as:
- Phone numbers
- Email addresses
- Physical addresses
- Credit card info
- Social security info
As designers and creators ourselves, we understand that it’s natural to find inspiration from others and their work. We do, however, ask you to always give credit when posting something inspired by someone else's work.
Help us keep the Framer Showcase strong and protect our visitors safety. If you see something that you think may violate our guidelines, please let us know so we can address it. Please use the report button at the bottom of a Showcase post or email us directly at email@example.com.
If you think your post was wrongfully removed, you can appeal this decision by emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.