Anthony gives a tip on adding prototype scrolling and interactive components inside your Figma presentations.
Not sure if this is new but super handy for those of us using Figma for presentations!
shortcut to open 'present' mode in @figma design:— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) October 24, 2022
tooltip reminder in the UI coming soon! pic.twitter.com/jsmBF3216T
Anthony DiSpezio with a great tip on controlling opacity and zoom level with the number keys.
Incoming #figmatip— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) August 19, 2022
*Number keys for opacity* enabled:
- 0-9 to set 10% increments
- Tap two keys quickly for the exact %
- Tap 0 twice for 0%
- Hold shift for zoom keys⬇️
- 1 for 'zoom to fit'
- 2 for '...selection'
- 0 for '...100%'
- Hold shift for opacity keys⬆️ pic.twitter.com/82Et0GSV1w
“Tune in to hear Clara, Amanda, and Qi walk through how to get started and unlock more font styles. From optical sizing to slant, learn how variable fonts give you more design control and expression.”
Anthony DiSpezio goes deep on hexagons, and this has absolutely nothing to do with Twitter or NFTs.
Seeing a lot of hexagons... learn more about hexagons (the shape) in @figmadesign! ⬢⬣ pic.twitter.com/UK32I2KCUm— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) January 21, 2022
Anthony DiSpezio with an ode to Auto Layout 👏
We recently had our variety show at @figmadesign. Submitted for your approval, my ode to auto layout :) pic.twitter.com/fEzWwZEk4q— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) December 13, 2021
The theme of this Maker Week is Figmaverse, and Anthony DiSpezio created beautiful branding and design system. To the moon!
It’s Maker Week at Figma!— Figma (@figmadesign) November 2, 2021
Twice a year, the entire company is invited to pause day-to-day work and come together for a week of innovation.
This week's theme is Figmaverse (not related to the metaverse). Here’s how @adispezio brought our out-of-this-world branding to life🚀 pic.twitter.com/UKxmhQ88Zz
Anthony DiSpezio shares a fun experiment connecting pose detection and Figma plugin API.
*repeats to self*— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) September 10, 2021
Figma is a design tool
Figma is... a design tool
Figma is a... design tool? pic.twitter.com/RjKtUpWVeY
This update allows plugins to create new prototype interactions in the editor. Check out a code sample by Anthony DiSpezio.
We’ve updated our Plugin API to make reactions writable. Now you can build plugins to automate the prototype creation process or modify interactions in bulk.— Figma (@figma) July 27, 2021
Check out @adispezio's code example to get started. We can’t wait to see what you create! https://t.co/Q9KOnXwzz3 pic.twitter.com/fdoyNbKYcu
Use bullets and numbers to organize information, emphasize important details, or outline steps. Check out the video by Anthony DiSpezio with a quick demo. Hope you caught the fun lists launched as an April Fools joke!
A quick tip from Figma Designer Advocate Anthony DiSpezio. (While on topic, read the story behind color named “rebeccapurple”.)
Quick @figmadesign tip for some www nostalgia - you can use CSS color names as hex values in Figma #FigmaTiphttps://t.co/DqCiMhbUtr— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) January 14, 2021
My favorite is "burlywood," what's yours?! pic.twitter.com/Iz9Ta5zNwW
Anthony and Rogie, Designer Advocates at Figma, share their favorite lesser-known Figma tips, including keyboard shortcuts, to help you save time.
Another great but well-hidden feature.
Figma tip! Try holding space while dragging over (or inside) frames to preserve layer order! @figmadesign pic.twitter.com/utg89I7GNN— Anthony DiSpezio (@adispezio) April 16, 2020
In this weekly Office Hours in Figma, Anthony DiSpezio and Rogie King are talking about team structure, multiple component libraries, versioning, and updating components at scale.