At Figma, we've been blown away by the talent and creativity in our community as demonstrated by the steady stream of plugins released since launch.
To give developers a chance to share what they've been working on, last week we hosted the first Figma Plugins Show & Tell: a live stream where our community presented live demos of their plugins along with a sneak peak of new features and in-progress work. Our goal is to help developers promote their plugins, encourage new users to explore the API (and ask questions), and give users a sneak peak of whats coming next.
You can watch a recorded version of the Show & Tell below where we hear from 5 developers who demo everything from design system linters to voice-control inside Figma.
Vjacheslav Trushkin, Freelance Full Stack DeveloperVjacheslav shares more about his plugin, Iconify, and the future plans + roadmap for how teams can work with hundreds of icon sets in both design and in production.
Jackie Chui, UX Designer @ MicrosoftJackie shows off some improvements to his Find & Replace plugin, another that adds documentation links to components, a paste to image fill plugin, and a preview of a plugin for managing margins and sizing objects inside frames that even has configurable presets.
Andrew Goodwin, Freelance Mobile DeveloperAndrew shows off a plugin for selecting and applying typography rules, as well as a really amazing voice UI for verbally controlling Figma. Andrew says he is nearly complete in mapping the entire Figma Plugin API to voice commands!
Want to see more? Our next Plugin Show & Tell is scheduled for Friday, September 27th at 8:30 am PST, 11:30 am EST. If you would like to present what you are working on, apply to present here. If you would like to tune in, you can register to get the calendar invite here.
We hope this sparks ideas for your own plugins, or even a private plugin to help your team! If you're looking to get started here is a list of helpful resources to get the ball rolling: