💡 A small usability tip for @figmadesign UI kit maintainers: Add the component name to the component description. It's especially useful when the component name is longer than ~10 characters. pic.twitter.com/gawuvNle6X
Fantastic examples of real-life FigJam use cases in the classroom.
So pumped for all the new features coming to FigJam, our digital whiteboard, that will help more students to have a voice and bring joy to classrooms around the world 🪄 Here are some of my favorite new FigJam features for edu 👇 (1/10) https://t.co/aieyVfZOgo
Joey Banks with an excellent suggestion on how to bring designers and engineers closer.
When it comes to working on design systems, one thing I've learned is how much of a positive difference it can make to match variant properties & names in Figma with what's reflected in code. Any opportunity to bring designers & engineers closer always feels like such a big win. pic.twitter.com/BPsr9zG1Nf
According to the results of Jamstack Community Survey 2021, 60% of respondents use Figma, and its satisfaction score is 8.8. Look at the chart to see how incredible this score is when compared to other design tools. There is nothing like this in any other category either (except for IDEs, but that’s not a specific tool.)
According to the results of Jamstack Community Survey 2021, @figmadesign is basically in another league in terms of usage and satisfaction, wow
All talks are already available in Schema’s event account. (NB: if you didn’t attend the conference, you’d need to create an account first.) Alternatively, I’ll share the direct YouTube links below with some relevant resources.
Couldn’t make it to #Schema2021 or just want to relive some of your favorite moments?