All-in-one free and open-source wireframe kit for quickly designing and prototyping ideas by Vijay Verma. The library contains more than 250+ components supporting dark mode and 150+ ready-to-use mobile screens.
Vijay Verma wraps up his Figbruary challenge with a full list of 28 experiments he made last month.
It's Figma Friday Fun 😍— vijay verma (@realvjy) March 17, 2023
From creating simple illustration to animation and faking 3D rocket in the space. Sharing all 28 @figma experiments with community file here ↓↓ pic.twitter.com/CnLUJ9JI5T
A simple temperature prototype by Vijay Verma, made as a part of Figbruary.
A simple temperature prototype in @figma. There are already so many great interactions shared by the community for #figbruary. cc @miggi 🌡️ pic.twitter.com/0RcfSrr3Xs— vijay verma (@realvjy) February 13, 2023
A new plugin by Vijay Verma: “The plugin utilizes the Metavatar algorithm to create stunning gradient backgrounds in a variety of cool colors. It also has the added feature of adding noise to make the gradients even more visually striking.”
A new project by Vijay Verma: “Figbruary is a fictional month created by combining Figma + February where you can experiment and design things daily to push the limits. For every 24 hour day within this 672 hour timespan of the month, we have prepared a prompt with instructions for you to design and create.”
See the past submissions on Twitter, like this weather icon made with only primitive shapes.
Vijay wrote a step-by-step guide on making a button with a cool multi-color glowing effect.
I always wanted to mask the gradient to create a button like this in @figma. Finally, I found a solution. Here, Sharing the behind-the-scenes and video tutorials to create this cool button.😍 pic.twitter.com/ldzOSVAodb— vijay verma (@realvjy) January 17, 2023
Vijay Verma with a smart workaround for rotating an object reflection with the key object. (And here is another one, if that wasn’t enough!)
Here's a small loading experiment I did last week in Figma. Shared behind the scene below 🙂 pic.twitter.com/Ban1wb24sC— vijay verma (@realvjy) January 2, 2023
A ready-to-use web UI kit with predefined components and a few page libraries by Vijay Verma.
Vijay challenges himself by limiting his tools only to primitives while working on this icon. It’s quite amazing what can be done by mixing imagination with 29 ellipses, 8 rectangles, and 1 frame.
Friday, Figma & Fun 🧪— vijay verma (@realvjy) December 16, 2022
Challenge: Create something cool with primitive shape only. Here is an app icon using 29 Ellipses, 8 Rectangles, and 1 Frame with added shadows and noise using the NT plugin. Shared @figma file and Behind the scene below. Enjoy 😍 pic.twitter.com/wcVeCOjGKQ
Vijay’s roundup of special effects achieved with Rogie’s new Noise & Texture plugin. Don’t miss his Twitter thread with some context and details.
After following Vijay’s work for a few years, I enjoyed reading this interview and learning about the man behind the art. He speaks about his background, using Figma for realistic illustrations, and his creative process.
Vijay is experimenting with inner shadows in Figma. Despite a limit of only 8 shadows, it’s usually enough to create a 3D effect on any shape.
Experimenting with inner shadows in @figma.— vijay verma (@realvjy) November 14, 2022
I found that if you use drop shadow or inner shadow on any layer, the limit is 8. In spite of this, it is enough to make any shape like 3D. One secret shared below ☺️. pic.twitter.com/da9sz9fLv0
Vijay keeps teasing Rogie’s new plugin Noise & Texture. You’ll notice that it’s currently in beta and requires a code to unlock, but if you look closely at this thread you may find one.
Last night, when I was bored in a meeting 😌, I made some noise in @figma using the NT plugin @rogie. With this pluign we can create cool metal, wood, and many other texture by simply combining with layer mode. Shared some tips below 🧶 pic.twitter.com/CGEw0ACebE— vijay verma •ᴗ• (@realvjy) November 8, 2022
As always, Vijay Verma pushes the limits of Figma with a fun experiment based on Auto Layout and an animated prototype. Great to see how easy it was to build and control.
Another fun experiment using @figma prototype. I made this small head rig last week. Creating this was lot of fun 😍. By using cavas as masks and combining with autolayout, I created this so quickly. Sharing behind the scene below 🧶 pic.twitter.com/funSf3WtuD— vijay verma •ᴗ• (@realvjy) November 1, 2022
Vijay Verma shares a few techniques for adding simple halftone effects in Figma. See also his experiments with Rogie’s upcoming NT plugin and how he achieved a frosted glass effect.
Yes, this is @figma. Simple halftone effects can be easily added to your photos and illustrations to give them a retro look.— vijay verma ᵍᵐ (@realvjy) September 18, 2022
Another experimenting with @rogie NT plugin. Sharing techniques here 🧶 pic.twitter.com/X43m4oXSWg
Vijay Verma with a gorgeous poster for Pixar’s upcoming Elemental movie. See the file and techniques he used in a thread.
From all the #D23Expo, I am most excited about Pixar's #elemental movie.— vijay verma ᵍᵐ (@realvjy) September 12, 2022
The colors and overall poster really inspired me, so I created it in @figma over the weekend 😍 pic.twitter.com/sAaJqo8170
Vijay Verma with a new beautiful illustration made in Figma. Don’t miss the details on his technique and fun facts in a Twitter thread.
GM Frenz! Here's a rare fish, Figish 🐠, I made in @figma. An experimenting with Figma to make something colorful and shinny. Here is the result.— vijay verma ᵍᵐ (@realvjy) August 29, 2022
Exclusively available on @foundation 🤩 pic.twitter.com/DZ3VSijbsi
A new plugin with 120+ high-quality free illustrations by Vijay Verma.
”Loreum ipusm for logos. Insert dummy logos of companies into your Figma or FigJam file quickly. The plugin also includes 194 flags of countries as well as popular brand logos.” Don’t miss Vijay’s Twitter thread of a story and details behind this plugin.
Yet another fantastic artwork by Vijay Verma. Make sure to check out the community file and other tweets in this thread with his explanation of the process.