Collaboration report. Figland.
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Stamp name tags
Nice improvement! Too bad I can’t stamp +1 on my ideas ten times anymore… BTW, there is a cool easter egg on really old stamps.
What makes collaboration click? A report by Figma.
The team at Figma talked to 50+ designers, PMs, engineers, researchers, and writers about collaborating with other members of their team, and discovered five specific behaviors that can make or break your team’s vibes.
Figland: Find The Forbidden Scroll
A great-looking game made entirely in Figma. The creativity of this community never stops surprising me.
Hacking Figma to create properly responsive and editable dataviz components
An interesting application of smart Auto Layout hacks to create fully responsive chart components.
The 5 Best Figma UI Kits for Web Designers
Nice overview of five high-quality UI kits.
A new video from the Figma Bites: “In this video, we teach you the basics of interactive components and how you can use them in your prototypes. We’ll walk through how you can create prototype connections between component variants to build up more accurate interactions.”
Workshop: Master Figma for Design Systems
A recording of a big workshop from the Friends of Figma Portugal meetup.
Photomath Geometry Pack
Cool kit with thousands of shapes, models, and components for creating math and geometry content. See also another file with their guidelines and a quick tutorial on using the kit.
Project status stickers
A cool collection of free stickers for Figma and FigJam.
Ripple Icon Library
A collection of 500+ free icons across 3 styles by Flowbase.
Reducing churn in self-serve SaaS with Jesus Requena, VP Growth Marketing at Figma
“On this FINITE Podcast, Jesus Requena, VP Growth Marketing at Figma, shares how reducing customer churn is, yes, about recapturing the interest of waning users, but also about acquiring the right users in the first place.”
Eagle is a fantastic app for taking screenshots and organizing visual references. I was a heavy user of the Ember app a decade ago, but it was discontinued in 2015 and I’ve been looking for a replacement until finding Eagle a couple of years ago. It’s available for multiple platforms as a one-time purchase. A must-have for every designer! (An easter egg: you may find me somewhere on their home page!)