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Issue #173

An update on Make Designs. Copyright laws. Slides drops.

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Issue #172

Making of Visual Search. Vector Fields. Config identity.

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Issue #171

AI snafu. UI3. Raycast setup.

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Issue #170

The Ultimate Recap: Config 2024. UI3. AI. Slides.

As always, Config was a blast! With so many great speakers and sessions there is a lot of catching up to do, so I created a study guide that will keep me occupied for the next month.

Traditionally, this is the longest issue of the year with 51 links. No need to check every one, but scroll and see what you might have missed in other coverage. I suggest reading it on the web with a big cup of coffee, as Gmail won’t show an entire message.

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Issue #169

Font styles. Config events. Selection Text.

I’m back from a short break, just in time for Config! Below is a comprehensive list of events happening in SF before, during, and after the conference. Please say hi if you see me around (I look like an older version of my profile photo) — I’ll have cool Figmalion stickers to give away!

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Issue #167

Drafts in teams. Dynamic page load. LCH plugins.

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Issue #166

Page dividers. Blocks. Tender offer.

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Issue #165

Craft & Polish. Creator Micro. AI in branding.

Hi there!

The pre-Config month always feels like the lull before the storm. Not much is getting released beyond previously promised updates and polishing of existing features. The topic of polish and quality in software has been at the top of my mind, and a few excellent discussions are happening at the moment that I covered in this issue.

Work Louder started shipping Figma Creator Micro keypad preorders, and I received mine just a few days ago. It’s a fun little device and my first glimpse into the world of mechanical keyboards. The setup has a pretty steep learning curve, but I (mostly) figured out how to use VIA and include a few helpful resources below. Now, my main challenge is remembering all actions behind 12 keys and 2 dials on 4 discrete layers. That said, the tactile feedback of the clicky keyboard is truly delightful!

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Issue #164

Figma 101. Apple Resources. Cool Shapes.

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