A widget with a collection of 300+ unique and fun icebreakers for team events.
A new widget from Figma that lets you use your Bitmoji stickers across both apps.
Auto-convert pasted text links to Jira and Asana tasks into FigJam widgets.
“In this livestream, Designer Advocate Clara Ujiie and Developer Advocate Jake Albaugh walk through how to use the widget code generator to design and build your own widget for Figma. You’ll also learn about how to use widgets to boost collaboration, manage your work, and level-up designs.”
This is the craziest thing I’ve seen built in Figma (here is a quick preview, but go try it): “With friends & coworkers visit a petting zoo, play hide and seek, race go karts, and more! Interactive Figmaland is a multiplayer interactive world built with FigJam widgets. Objects will animate when a character gets close to them.”
Now organization admins can better control which widgets are available to their organization’s members.
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Manually update widgets that are already placed on a board.
Quickly import and embed PDF files into your FigJam boards.
Fill-in-the-blank sticky note, where different people can fill out different parts of the sentence. Works great for e.g. ice breakers, user story templates, and critical user journeys.
A FigJam widget to help your group take turns. Keep track of whose turn it is, who’s already gone, and who’s left.
“We’re bringing our open platform to FigJam so developers can build plugins and widgets to automate workflows and engage the entire team. Widgets are interactive, native-like objects — like polls, games, and notepads — that the entire team can use together. Hear from Figmates and developers from the Community to see how you can build your own!”
Cool FigJam widgets made by Bersabel Tadesse and Noah Levin. Hope they’ll be published one day!
for @figmadesign's maker week this week, I helped facilitate 80+ Figmates learning how to build widgets, and worked with @nlevin to build a pixel art maker & drum pad widget. You can learn how to build widgets too! https://t.co/BaEqmvBnaX— bersabel (@brsabel) November 5, 2021
Back to real work next week 🥲 pic.twitter.com/7dzMyVysuM
“We are always impressed with the Figma Community and wanted to share what they’ve come up with, so we reached out to three developers to learn more about who they are, what they built, and what they’re working on next. Read our first Q&A in the series with Tru Narla, and check out her widget on the Figma Community.”
Play Rock Paper Scissors with your friends in FigJam.
Play Tic-Tac-Toe with 2 or more players.
Take memorable team selfies with the whole team.
A simple todo widget by Jordan Singer.
Fully-fledged calendar widget by Mirko Santangelo.