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When you create a new Figma account, all your plugins are gone. This creates an interesting situation where you’ll only install plugins that you actually use. The plugin list on my Mono Figma account is huge from trying things in the past and not cleaning it up. But my new freelance account, it’s clean. Here’s […]
To draw a line, use the line tool. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? However, since year and day, I’ve avoided using the line tool and I don’t think I am the only designer to do so. If you’re using a line for a border, do yourself a favor, and just draw a rectangle instead. What you’ll […]
This probably the nichest of niche blogposts, but if anyone finds themselves in this situation, here’s some help. I wanted to translate an entire Figma document to another language. The document contains about 20 screens with a moderate amount of text layers on every screen. The use case was to do a usability test in […]
The advanced features in Figma can be tricky; they should be used in moderation, or you run the risk of creating poor design files. There really is no reason to nest autolayouts that go 3 levels deep or to have 1244 variations of your button component. Some of the advice that is being perpetuated in […]
Dylan Field, CEO of Figma, talked about three product themes that the team will be focussing on to improve Figma in 2020. He talked about thi on stage at Figma’s first user conference Config, in San Francico, CA. In true Figma fashion, the presentation was mostly about features that are releasing either very soon or […]
The shortcut to run the last plugin in Figma is ⌥ ⌘ + P. Alternatively you can use ⌘+/to bring up the global command menu and type the name of the plugin. You can also set up a custom shortcut in MacOS’s Shortcuts panel based on the plugin name. I didn’t do this yet in […]