“Coordinated, moderated usability testing takes time. Maze makes it faster and easier with unmoderated user testing! In this video, Pamela Porto provides a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a usability test in Maze with a Figma Prototype.”
“FigJam is a great place to host all kinds of meetings and collaborative exercises with your team. In this video, we’re going to show you a few ways to prepare for effective meetings that will help your team build, align, and connect with one another.”
“In this panel, four industry-leading femmes (Anna E. Cook, Shell Little, Alexis Lucio, and Tolu Adegbite) discuss the practice of inclusivity and accessibility in design. They dive into what it means to integrate accessibility into designs, inclusive design thinking, the tools designers can use to empower their work, and the different roles designers take on in inclusivity practices.”
In this live stream, Figma’s Cristen Torrey, Director of Product Research, and Andrew Hogan, Insights & Analysis Lead, dive deeper into the recently launched collaboration report. They go behind the scenes of the research, answer questions, and help identify what you can do to make your next meeting, day, or week better.
“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.”
A new three-part video series with DesignOps Assembly to dive into what DesignOps is, the signs to further invest in it, and insider knowledge on how to effectively scale the practice. In this first session, Taylor Oliva, Head of DesignOps at Instacart, and Adam Fry-Pierce, Head of DesignOps at Docusign, dive into how to determine when your company needs to build out DesignOps.
Miggi shows how to create a FigJam file, maximize the FigJam collaboration features, navigate the FigJam toolbar, add text, images, and stickers to your file, use sections for organization, and finally, how to invite others to your FigJam file.
Interesting talk by Zeplin’s co-founder and Head of Product Berk Cebi on the evolution of design systems over the last 10 years, the role that design tools play in this process, and the unfortunate disconnect between our design components, code, and documentation. He suggests design tokens may be one of the potential solutions and shows how they can be used to connect the parts of the design system.
A new video from the Figma Bites: “In this video, we teach you the basics of interactive components and how you can use them in your prototypes. We’ll walk through how you can create prototype connections between component variants to build up more accurate interactions.”