Figma for UI Designers

Greg Rog, learnux.io

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31 Videos (3h 33m)
    • Intro

      3:06
    • Figma Basics

      10:02
    • Features Preview

      8:18
    • Artboards

      8:45
    • View Options

      7:31
    • Layout Grid

      9:11
    • Sketch and Illustrator Import

      7:30
    • Scaling in Figma

      5:34
    • Readymade Components

      5:05
    • Working with Color

      9:43
    • Working with Images

      4:32
    • Text Frames

      5:02
    • Working with Images

      5:03
    • Pen Tool

      12:44
    • Advanced Shapes Operations

      13:41
    • Components

      6:15
    • Second Screen

      6:44
    • Masks and Third Screen

      7:27
    • Working with Effects

      12:26
    • Last Screens

      9:03
    • Constraints

      14:33
    • Version History

      3:31
    • Device Preview

      3:04
    • Collaboration

      4:07
    • Using Comments

      2:24
    • Libraries

      10:13
    • Asset Export

      6:29
    • Blending Modes in Figma

      3:12
    • Prototyping

      4:03
    • Code Handoff from Figma

      2:23
    • See You Soon

      0:56
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About This Class

Figma is a revolutionary application, because it maintains its full functionality in both desktop, and browser versions. You can use either of them, and the web version will still surprise you with how efficient it is! Moreover, designing interfaces is but one of its many features. Thanks to its intuitive and user – friendly interface and tool set, everybody is going to be able to edit graphic assets using this app. Figma differs from other, similar applications such as Photoshop and Sketch, mainly because of its amazing collaboration capabilities, where a project may be worked on by more than one person, in real time!

During the course you will see all the tools and working techniques of Figma. The interface and tools available in Figma may be intuitive and user friendly, but it’s always good to use some reliable schemes and efficiency–improving techniques.

Figma is often compared to Sketch, but with the addition of great collaborative functions for UI/UX designers. It is possible to undertake real – time cooperation with several team members on one project and even see the changes implemented, live in the browser! This provides an opportunity for an ongoing discussion and remote, constructive feedback. Moreover, you may also make use of Libraries, where your team members will have access to all the design elements you have prepared beforehand! A change in one library element, eg. Style Guide, results in an update applied to all the projects.

One of the latest features of Figma is developer handoff as well as creating rapid prototypes from the static screens. Those new features all add up to make Figma one of the most interesting tools to follow and learn as an UI/UX desiner!

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This class is long and that's a bit intimidating, but it is very thorough and his explanations are great.
Great class ! i was really missing Figma tutorials out here :) Thanks