We’re aiming to make design accessible to all and we believe the best way to design is together. Learn more about our story and what we’re building.
We welcome talented people from all backgrounds, and we're now in SF, London, and NY. We are also hiring remotely in the continental US. Read more about how and where we work.
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Our values are the underpinning for all that we do at Figma — we believe that a great product is inextricably linked to a great internal community.
We’re multiplayer people who love the weird, wonderful magic that happens when people connect. We build bridges — with both our Figmates and our users.
Building Figma is about taking initiative, being bold and charting a new course, not running a playbook. Figmates are building the future of design by tackling big, scary, exciting challenges like Figma’s future depends on it. Because it does.
We build for builders and try to make complex things feel simple. We ask why until we get to the core and continually focus on solving the right problem, not just shipping work.
Everyone’s a work in progress, and we’re here to help each other grow. With humility and curiosity, we give and get the ❤️ and 💯, and the direct feedback we all need to become great.
“One thing I have always loved about Figma is that while we've grown over the last few years, we have maintained a small, 'family like' feeling. I believe that's the result of having strong company values, and making it a priority to Have Fun together.”Jason Pearson, Head of Support
Connection and kindness are core to our culture (after all, we’re a group of people building a collaboration tool). We focus on lifting each other up instead of competing amongst ourselves, and we build relationships through numerous company traditions.
We gather together bimonthly to share little wins and show off work we’re proud of. In the IRL era we’d all hang out eating good local food and playing board games on our roof deck. In remote life, the Zoom chat is a non-stop compliments party.
When the office is open, we collectively turn Figma’s event space into our version of a café once a quarter; complete with homemade treats and fun latte art.
Talent is optional at this annual show. Think: Juggling, musical acts, dog tricks, breakdancing, stand up comedy. Nerd level 100.
A time set aside twice a year to pursue wild, silly, and imaginative ideas. The whole company takes part, and people can work on anything Figma-related that piques their curiosity. This year’s most whimsical project was an original musical written, produced, and starring 30+ Figmates.
“Figma's mission of democratizing design really resonated with me, as equal access to resources should be a basic right. There is so much talent in the world – Figma is doing its part to make sure that this talent has a voice by making design more accessible.”
Nathalie Marchino, Enterprise Account Executive
Our team is a diverse group of creatives; from musicians, artists and dancers, to Olympians, beekeepers, and bakers. Many of us have special communities outside work, and we celebrate these aspects of ourselves with events like Figma Family Day, online scone-making classes (led by Figmates), Yappy Hour (for hanging with our dogs) or the rival Catty Meow-ur, and more.
At Figma we celebrate and support our differences. We know employing a team rich in diverse thoughts, experiences, and opinions allows our employees, our product and our community to flourish. Figma is an equal opportunity workplace. We are dedicated to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity/expression, or veteran status.
Figma is the open design company founded in 2012 by Dylan Field and Evan Wallace. With our cloud-based screen design tool, teams achieve a shared understanding around design without worrying about syncing, exporting, or installing software. Figma has simplified collaboration across the entire design process for thousands of companies like Microsoft, Slack, and Uber; and users, including designers, developers, product managers, marketers and others.