Figma is a paradigm shift for your pedagogy. Guide students in shared virtual spaces, make lessons truly interactive, and close feedback gaps for better learning outcomes.
Use Figma’s Education plan to create teams that act as a central place for your syllabus, lecture notes, brainstorms, activities, and student work.
Collaborate synchronously with students in the same file. Teach while making things together, in the same virtual space.
Give in-context feedback directly on your students’ work. Have them share a link–no need to download large files.
Use Figma’s collaborative tools to get to know your class and have them work and learn along with one another.
FigJam is an online whiteboard space for meetings, activities, and brainstorms. Perfect for classroom discussions, critiques, and presentations.
Figma is a design tool for UX design, graphic design, and digital illustration. Perfect for making presentations and prototyping software.
Innovative educators are facilitating better learning outcomes for students by using Figma and FigJam to teach design, collaborate in teams, and build community in the classroom.
UX Design Professors Christie Shin and CJ Yeh at FIT share how they approach guided collaboration with Figma to prepare students for real-world environments.
Design the Future is a global virtual bootcamp connecting high school students, UX professionals, and individuals with disabilities to create accessible designs.
In this pre-recorded livestream, Portland State instructors Steph Kotula and Rian Long share how they set up their classroom in Figma to co-teach virtually.
Use FigJam to build out a scannable course syllabus for your students.