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Howdy friend,

This week offered several great articles and resources, but one that stood out to me was the announcement of Framer Sites. Framer is coming for Webflow, and their user interface looks next-level.

If you haven't seen the teaser yet, I suggest you give it a look. For those of you who design and build websites for clients or companies, this could be the app you've been waiting for. And it looks fast — basically anything you mockup on the stage is production-ready code and published with the click of a button.

I signed up for beta access, hopefully I'll get to kick the tires on this in the coming weeks.

I hope you have a restful weekend and I'll see you back here next Friday.

High fives,

Matt Downey
@buildyourbridge

Framer Sites

It looks like Framer is coming after Webflow and Sketch. This all-in-one solution allows you to design in Framer and publish instantly to the web. Keeping a close eye on this — could be huge.

The '80s are back, baby

In all their tight-type, neon-colored, advertorial glory.

What should someone learn about CSS if they last boned up during CSS3?

No doubt loads of people boned up on CSS3 technologies since it was introduced. But there are lots of people that haven't learned much CSS since then. This article can help.

Cyber raises $6.7m to empower creatives to build their own worlds with digital assets

Cyber gives collectors and artists accessible tools to easily display their NFTs in immersive, composable spaces.

Bud Light owns a Noun — and may use it in a Super Bowl ad

True to the world of Web3, the Nouns team put the Bud Light proposal up for a vote, to ensure Nouns holders were aligned to the brand partnership prior to confirmation.

Twitter embraces NFTs with new profile-picture feature

Twitter will start allowing some users to use nonfungible tokens as their profile pictures, jumping into a digital-goods business that has exploded over the past year.

How to overcome failure as an entrepreneur and take responsibility

At any given time or in any situation, entrepreneurs must consciously choose how to respond to their experiences. It’s essential to recognize that you’re not in control of the situation itself, only your response to it, if you want to overcome failure.

3 types of competitors to watch (and how to find them)

All businesses have competition — and knowing yours is key for innovating your products, services, and marketing strategies.

How to decide if your startup idea is worth persuing

A framework for evaluating startup ideas and selecting problems worth solving.

Friday Finds #7

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Build Your Bridge is from Matt Downey — a creator helping other creators productize their services, build value through reputation, and generate self-sustaining income.

This week’s featured NFT project is Nouns.

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