I can work wherever there's a Chrome browser, no app installation needed
Lightweight app. You can go up to 1,000s of design iterations inside one page, barely facing any lags or performance issues.
It’s collaborative and accessible nature make it a no brained to use for sketch iterations.
I love Figmas collaboration tools. Gone are the days of looking over designers shoulders and plugging in to present work at pinups.
Not just a design tool, Figma provides organization of files into logical structure (teams, projects, files, pages) plus meta structure (shared styles and components). The team has good taste, and delivers good versions of new features.
Ability to design, collaborate, prototype and version control within 1 space
Relentlessly releasing new features which feel like they really understand the pain points of designers
The thing I like the most about Figma is that as soon as you start using it, it just feels right. It's just the kind of feeling we all want our users to have when they use our product. I think Figma is one of the few companies that can be proud of having reached this achievement.
Yes their app has blazing fast performances regarding multiplayer editing. Yes I think Sketch should be more than worried. And yes I'm far from surprised to see students switching from Sketch to Figma.
To make a long story short, they just embody what every SaaS is striving for in terms of excellence.
Figma being available through the browser has let me share what I do, and get others interested in a way I wouldn't be able to do with what existed before (Sketch).
I love how intuitive and collaborative Figma is. I also enjoy the huge free ressources (sketch) that can be imported and simply used.
I love the Figma Community features that allow people to share great designs and tools with others.
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