Great examples of automating grunt work with the Automator plugin.
Follow up to last week's tweet about @Figma / @diagram automations. Here are 6 I use regularly:— Greg Huntoon (@GregHuntoon) May 3, 2023
1. Set component property
2. Replace selected text
3. Reverse layer order
4. & 5. Add/remove auto layout to selected frames
6. Count selected objects
Alright, let's break them down... https://t.co/hVWMMNpxdG pic.twitter.com/wWI3eKlol2
Jordan Singer shares what Diagram learned from participating in OpenAI Converge with early access to GPT-4 and how they’re using it in Magician and Genius plugins.
as part of @OpenAI’s Converge we’ve been building AI design tools with access to GPT-4 @diagram over the past few months— jordan singer (@jsngr) March 14, 2023
here’s what we’ve learned and how we’re using it 👇 pic.twitter.com/sSHUympi46
Jordan Singer and the Diagram team share the preview of Genius, their new tool for generating user interfaces with AI. “It understands what you’re designing and makes suggestions that autocomplete your design using components from your design system. It’s important to explore lots of ideas and iterate in the design process, and Genius ideates and iterates alongside you as you design.”
An interview with Jordan Singer from Diagram, who built Magician and participated in the text review API beta, exploring what this API enables and sharing tips on navigating the “untapped intersection of product design and AI.”
I shared Magician before, but in Jordan’s own words it’s “a design tool for Figma made by Diagram that introduces AI into designer workflows to expand your creativity and imagination as you design. It’s a magical utility that works alongside you to help ideate and inspire you with new ideas, whether it’s generating never-before-seen icons, imagery to use in your designs, or help with writer's block.”
A new product by Jordan Singer and Diagram, who you might remember from Automator and Prototyper. Magician is a Figma plugin that lets you design with the power of AI to do everything from copywriting to generating unique icons from the text. Currently in beta with three available “magic spells” for creating icons, writing copy, and generating images.
This Week in Startups interviewed Jordan Singer, founder of Diagram and creator of the Automator plugin.
Fascinating thread showing how countless experiments with Figma plugins and API finally led to the development of Automator. This thread was published in March, and two months later today, Jordan announced a $3M seed round for his company — can’t wait to see what he will build next!
Using Figma as a playground to build design tools on top of an infinitely scaleable, realtime multiplayer canvas has changed everything for me.— Jordan Singer (@jsngr) March 5, 2022
Here's a thread of my experiments to show you what's possible, to learn from, and plugins to install 👇 pic.twitter.com/ujT6he6Gz4
An official Community resource for the popular Automator plugin. Explore automations made by the community and remix them to work best for you.
A curated list of automations for Jordan Singer’s popular Automator plugin.
Jordan Singer on why he is building Automator, a general purpose tool to automate Figma. Its private beta was all the rage last week — see a few creative ways to use it below.
Jordan Singer shows some of the automations in his AI tool. Looks amazing, and you can join the waitlist at his website.
Here's a thread on some of the automations I've put together in Automator from @tricycleai ranging from simple to complex 👇 pic.twitter.com/NSUpMVwAmu— Jordan Singer (@jsngr) October 23, 2021
A simple todo widget by Jordan Singer.
Jordan Singer announced Tricycle, a set of automation tools for designers powered by AI. Over the years, Jordan has built some of the most interesting Figma plugins and experiments, so I’m stoked for this product.
Magic Layout plugin concept for Figma ✨— jordan singer (@jsngr) November 22, 2020
Automatically apply Auto Layout constraints and resizing to your layers. pic.twitter.com/stWNvOIFiu
I shared some of Jordan’s experiments before, but this one goes much further.
This changes everything. 🤯— jordan singer (@jsngr) July 18, 2020
With GPT-3, I built a Figma plugin to design for you.
I call it "Designer" pic.twitter.com/OzW1sKNLEC
An experimental plugin that lets you talk to Figma and design by providing instructions. Fun!
Natural language processing + @figmadesign— jordan singer (@jsngr) February 18, 2020
An experimental plugin to talk to Figma and say things like "add a blue square" or "give me a pink circle that's 500px" pic.twitter.com/YZPtjZBG0Z