Join Figma’s designer advocates and customers like you as they share best practices and give an inside look into how they work.
In this livestream, Designer Advocate Clara Ujiie and Developer Advocate Jake Albaugh will 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.
Join to learn how to use widgets to extend what’s possible in the platform. We’ll take time throughout the demo to address your design and developer questions and will send all registrants the recording and resources after the stream.
We’re back for our third Building blocks, where the team discusses all things Design Systems.
In this stream, Figma Designer Advocate Chad Bergman and Product Manager Jacob Miller will share how to apply polish to your components and publishing a v1 of your library. As a part of that, they’ll briefly re-introduce component props and demo the new auto layout features and individual borders on components. Finally, learn how to provide brief documentation for the users of your library, and how to gather feedback on your first version.
We’ll leave half the session for your questions and send all registrants the recording and resources after the stream.
We’re excited to announce this three-part 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, will dive into how to determine when your company needs to build out DesignOps. We will also answer questions including:
- What is DesignOps and what does that mean for me?
- What are some basic best practices I can take with me and implement in my new role?
This series is a partnership between Figma and DesignOps Assembly.
All of our livestreams are recorded, so you can watch them anytime.
Learn how companies like Credit Karma, Blush, Condé Nast, Shopify and many others are using Figma.
Designer advocates, Tom and Rogie, walk you through a range of topics such as plugins, components, vectors, and more.
In these multi-part series you will get hands on and learn how to build something in Figma, from scratch.