Figma announced a prototype screen reader beta that includes support for text notes, alt text for images, and the ability to interact with and navigate through prototypes with buttons and keyboard actions like tabbing.
Designer Advocate Ana Boyer ran a 15-day prototyping challenge to help the Figma Community learn how to take advantage of the new features and level up their prototyping game. In this post, she is sharing a recap of all tips, along with Figma Community files to get you started.
Rogie made a new plugin for playing a prototype while editing it. Because the plugin accesses the file id, it has to be installed locally. (I usually just open a prototype in a new app window while working on it.)
Ever wanted to play your prototypes while editing in @figmadesign? I made a little plugin for you! It's called "Prototype Preview", but it has to be installed as a local plugin (as it accesses the file id). Animation by @antimofm
“Here is a simple trick that you can use to hide and unhide the app header on scrolling down. This trick can be used in web and mobile app prototyping, as the user scrolls down the header will be hidden and as the user scrolls back to the top the header will be shown.”