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7 Lessons (43m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Whiteboarding Software

    • 3. FigJam Disadvantages

    • 4. FigJam Advantages

    • 5. FigJam Interface

    • 6. Feedback

    • 7. Your Class Project

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About This Class

Let's take a look at FigJam – Figma's latest genius addition to their product portfolio! Can it hold up to the whiteboarding software competition? Is it as good as Figma? How to use it? What are its advantages and disadvantages?

In this class, I'm covering all these questions and even more interesting facts as an in-depth comparison with tools as Miro, Mural, InVision Freehand or Microsoft Whiteboard.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Is FigJam a good tool for you?
  • How to use FigJam?
  • How does it connect to Figma?
  • How does it compare to the other whiteboarding tools?

I have spent many hours in the preparation and production of this course, and I really hope that you enjoy it and are able to make the most of it for your career and professional life!

About Max: I am a Senior UX Designer and User Researcher and I am a huge fan of believing in never stopping to learn. I want to share my knowledge with you and give back to the community that brought me to where I am now.

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Max Brinckmann

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Hello, my name is Max and I'm a Senior User Researcher and Digital Designer with more than ten years of professional experience. I love to write and to talk about UX related topics. Besides that, I am occasionally recording music.

Throughout my career, I was and still am privileged to work for many different clients from different industries like automotive, IT, food, healthcare, or life science. Having worked both for agencies and in-house, I am able to share from my broad set of knowledge that is based on successful projects of almost all possible places of action for UX and digital product design.



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1. Intro: Hey everyone, thanks for tuning in to this introductory course about the brand new whiteboarding tool called thick gel pigment. Just yesterday announced victim, amongst other exciting new releases as upcoming audio Chet, the insane amount of 500 possible co-workers in one file or a completely new mobile app on the first day of their own conference, conflict 2021. So Figma published fig jam as a free public into which everyone with Figma account can try out right now. And they really wanted to bring everyone who's already using Figma over two big jump from other white boarding tools which they currently might use as Miro freehand rural or else. My name is Max. I'm currently working full time as a senior UX designer and researcher in Germany. And due to what I do for a living, I'm spending quite some time with white boarding software. I have to say that my main focus has been on Miro up to now. But to be honest, I'm not sure if that will remain like this since fake jam is looking really good already, I think they did a really, really good job at making use of their potential with already having a great performing browser-based collaborative open canvas design software and creating a lightweight brainstorming and workshop tool that is very accessible and great fun to use. In this class, I want to explain how to use fig jam and show how it connects to Figma while comparing it with the other big players in the field of white boarding software. This course is going to be great for everyone who's curious about big jam and wants to know how all parts play together. And of course, for everyone who's interested and white boarding software search, for example, product managers, who's experienced designers or user researchers. So if this sounds compelling to you, I would be very happy to see you in the first chapter of this class. Thanks for watching the intro and see you in a bit. Bye. 2. Whiteboarding Software: All right, Now let's take a look at all different and the most popular whiteboard software options which are currently available. And I would just like to show you a basic overview for all of these pieces of software. And then at the end, take a look at big jam and kind of compare to each other. So let's start with the first one, which is called Envision freehand. It's been around for a few years now. Most of you might be familiar with envisioned since they gain quite a popularity in the last years when they hired a lot of well-known designers and they made a lot of publicity for them obviously. Then there was envisioned studio and envision free hand is still around. So this is the website. And if we open up a new board, the account is free by the way, the first thing that we will see is a selection of templates. So it's pretty much as Miro does it, with a very, very comprehensive collection of different ideation and brainstorming and research templates, which is very helpful. Obviously. You are much quicker when you have all these templates attend, but also you can use it just as a huge whiteboard. So these templates just provide you with elements that are placed on the canvas and you can prove you can change the preferred text. You can add images, you can add Forms. It's just helpful to start off really. And as I said, you have the option to use it just as a regular whiteboard, of course, also with collaborative features. So when you're in a team or you're hosting a workshop, you can use it. Collectively. You have this pen tool with different line widths. You have different colors. You can add text, you can add shapes, can add images, you can add sticky notes. You can add a reaction to it. So for example, this smiley will then appear there sort of a stamp and will stay there. And you can delete it obviously. But that's pretty much the overview for that. You get an infinite canvas that you can move around on. And I think because envision free hand has been around for so long, It's quite reliable. You won't experience so many bucks, I think. But I have stopped using envision products and stare came so many new tools out. And I'm just really curious to try out these new tools so that kind of work their way into my workflow. Since we also didn't use the prototyping functionality of envision, the core product of a division anymore, there was not really a reason for us to stick with envision or for me personally. All right, Next up, we have morale. Morale is another whiteboarding tool, I think. To be honest, I don't know too much about the background of the tool, but I think it's. One tool that does only this, only the whiteboarding. So not like envision or Figma with a suite of different tools and the whiteboarding tool being one of them, but it's their main focus as far as I know. Here you have the website and can see that it's following the same pattern as most state of the art white boarding tools do with collaboration features. It's web-based and you have the same aesthetic with the colorful names on the cursor. So it's nothing really new. I'm not sure what their USP is. If we actually enter the app, we can see that it maybe is not that much focused on a pleasing visual experience. Not saying that it's horrible, but you can just, you notice the difference between this and the other tools. Once you start and create a new mural as they call their projects, you can either select a blank one or start off with one of the templates. The difference between these templates and the templates and the other tools is that once you selected one, you're not free to change our deleted. It will not become part of an art board or canvas, but it will become the canvas. And you can move around here, but you cannot delete anything. You can, of course, use it in a way in which you would enter content, add elements, but you cannot change the template as such. I'm not sure. Whoops, sorry. I'm not sure here what the difference is between the templates that they offer and these frameworks that they also offer. Because for me from a content perspective, they seem to be very similar. You have again, these categories that you would know from project management or research or ideation. And you can use them. And they will just be some sort of element that you can place on your canvas. But they are quite similar to the ones that they use as templates as well. So I could just use and place this persona framework on this template here. And then I think I would be able to change much more of it and also deleted. But this is really a bit confusing for me since they differentiate here between these different levels. But other than that, let me just go back and create an empty meryl. Blank Merle and show you the basic tool set that you get here. It's again, sticky notes in which you can place text. Nothing too surprising. Shapes and connectors of these shapes. Then icons, which you can use in order to visualize certain words. Frameworks that I just showed you images that you can upload. And they have a content library and what you can save your own compositions into. So when you come up with an own framework, for example. You can just edit to your content library and use it. I think it just again, another word for template. But at the end of the day, all of these other frameworks, templates and content libraries are just templates. So that's the bit confusing, but for me that there's so much categories for basically the same thing. And there's also freehand pen tool with which you can draw. But other than that, it's pretty much the same or very similar to all of the other white boarding tools? No. The third tool that I wanna talk about is the Microsoft whiteboarding tool. And it's part of Microsoft Teams, at least in my use case. And so since last year, microsoft Teams has been in use quite heavily for me. And the whiteboarding tool is just one alternative to get, to get your ideas down to digital paper. If your world very quickly in a meeting situation, you can access it from this call window here by clicking on the Share button and then you can access it. Down here. It says whiteboard. And it's simply white canvas. I just previously this year with my iPad. And it's much more limited in comparison to the other white boarding tools. There are obviously no templates available. There are forms and lines. And this is just showing me that I am muted, but I'm talking. There are sticky notes that you can add and different pens, of course, you won't see other cursors or other people. So I'm currently locked in with my iPad as well. And if I just take my pen and begin to draw something here, we'll just start with a peer, but there will be no nodes. And in the same way as it's not visible on the iPads. The mouse cursor from the other user is moving. Now the next tool that I want to show you is Miro. Probably all of you should be familiar with it, at least if you saw my previous class on conducting workshops with Miro, had been heavy use of Miro up to know at least. And yeah, let me just quickly show you how it works. So this is kinda the basic setup. You can create new boards and yeah, of course provide them with a name. And then you will end up with this empty canvas and a pop up with all the different templates that are being offered. This is similar to other tools that we just saw. It's really sophisticated. I would say. They offered different sets of templates for different use cases and also from different providers. So these are all provided by Miro. But as you scroll through the library, you will also see different templates hosted by the community. There's a lot of stuff from Atlassian Are you see templates provided by individual users. And you can also start with the empty canvas, as I said, and have all the different options. They went really long way. Make this a workshop tool. Features as the timer. Voting functionality, all that stuff and it's working quite well so you can absolutely use it. They have these sticky notes which are doing the skeuomorphic stick way and look like actual sticky notes. And which is, I don't know, I like it. And it's really good for drawing diagrams. You can connect all the different pieces with each other. And yeah, I mean, if you want to learn more about Miro, you can check out my other class on that topic. It's working really nicely and it has all the features that you could wish for. It's web-based, it's collaborative. You can see who the who the other uses are, where they currently are, what they're doing. And as I said with the additional features in the promotes as boating and timers, It's really, really useful and you can totally replace an in-person workshop, at least from the site of documentation and interactivity. Of course not from the personal side, but they're doing their best. They even included this this video chat feature, feature here so you don't need any other app. But Meroe in order to communicate and stay in touch with each other. And now the moment you've all been waiting for the tool, this class is all about fig jam. And as you can see, the website, even the website is interactive. Why? Because they can. And I mean, it's, as you can see here, the explaining all the features. It covers the basic needs and it does that very well. We can also just switch over to the actual fruit jam app. You can see the toolbar. I will go into detail on that in the next chapters. But just as an overview and some sort of comparison, it's not as full-blown as the competition is. For example, Miro or morale in terms of the availability of templates, for example. But it offers everything you need in order to map down your ideas and do that in a collaborative way. And we just, whoops, messing around with the shortcuts here. We just try this one out. So here you can see all the connections work just as you would expect them to work. And it's super strongly connected to Figma. So my perception is that their primary goal is to get all those Figma users and Figma teams over to fake Jan instead of them using another tool as Miro for example. And I think chances are that most of the people will actually jump over to fig jam because it's so strongly connected to Figma. And because it's so easy for them to move over and they don't have to pay a license for another tool. If they're using the promote, for example, and have all the availabilities also fig Germans currently in beta. So I think chances are that there will be no more features, more content available in the near future. And so this is very, very early, it has been released yesterday, so we cannot expect a fully fledged and full-blown application here at this moment. So that being said, I would like to close this chapter and in the next chapter, talk about fig jam in detail. I'm going to talk about the disadvantages. Then I'm going to talk about the advantages. And then we'll take a close look at the interface of fiction. So see you in the next chapter. 3. FigJam Disadvantages: Right now so that you got an overview of all the big white boarding tools that are currently available. We can now take a closer look at fig jam. And let's add first look at the things that are not working out so well at this moment. So here we have defect my app previously I was in the browser, but it's working here as well, of course. And the way you would open up thick jam document is by clicking on New and then fig gem fire. And they would all said, already said beta. Here it says retail as well. So it's still in production. And, and we have to consider this when we're talking about the disadvantages because there will be some bugs that you might experience, are some things that just don't work as expected. For example, if you're using a non English keyboard, some of the shortcuts are not working. This obviously can be an issue for your workflow and for your productivity. So for example, this new feature which is called, let me see cursor chat. So I opened up Figma now in two windows so you can see how the other causes look like here. This is now on my second screen. And if I'm opening the cursor chat, then I could write something like hello. And what I'm doing that it would appear here at the cursor and I couldn't write something else, and then it would disappear. And to access this feature, you would usually use shortcut. But this is not working on, for example, German keyboards because this is connected to simply nothing. So nothing is happening. But we'll work in the future. I'm quite sure about that. It's not really a bug, but it's something that should be working the right way once it has reached the final stage. So if you're experiencing a bike, you can just click here. This will open up a website where you can then submit the bug and I'm pretty sure that it will be addressed in the future. And so this is what I meant with we have to keep in mind that this is still in beta and there will be some things that are not working as expected. The next thing is that here are no templates whatsoever. What they offer is a library and already integrated quite a bunch of useful components here as these agenda clipboards, for example. And they work in the same way as you would expect them. You can change the text, but you cannot change anything else. You can move them around on the canvas as well, which is, which is alright. You can also add your own components. Here are libraries, but I will show you that. And one of the next chapters, which makes this a more useful and potentially, this opens up a way to add your own templates and maybe that will be away to connect this to the Figma community in a way that templates are being shared there. And there's an easy way to add them to this library section here. And when we compare it to tools as Miro, It's not that easy to get external users on board. So right now, you have to have think my account in order to use fig jam. I'm not sure if that's going to be solved in the future and opened up to people who don't want to register, which is a fair point in my opinion. If that happens, then there's no difference anymore. But this currently would be a reason for me to use Miro over fake jam as soon as I'm going to work with people who are not that deeply. And this mode of working with these white boarding tools and don't have an account because they don't need to register to work with Miro. I think you need the pro license for that. But this would definitely be nice thing to see here in fiction as well. The last thing that came to my mind is that it's unfortunately not working on mobile devices. At least for Miro. There's an, there's an iPad app so I can use it on your iPad. Here. For fixed gem, it's not possible. It's not working in the browser on iPads, and that's also something that's a bit unfortunate. They had some issues with making their app available on mobile browsers. It worked for a short time, and there were even third-party tools who made it quite a nice experience to work in Figma on an iPad. But all of this broke, I think with some iOS update. And unfortunately it's still not working. So that's all I wanted to say about everything that's not working with victim currently. Again, it's still betas, so I'm still quite impressed and I will explain you why in the next chapter where I'm talking about are the advantages and the things that are really, really cool about victim. 4. FigJam Advantages: Let's talk about everything that's cool and thick jam. And I think they just made a nice decision here in terms of what they're going to display and what not. Because this is obviously quite limited when you compare it to other tools that offer this service. They have just one pen, they have one shape, 11, I can forge heap. Then there are sticky notes. There's texts, there's arrows. You have the libraries, sounds and images. And they reduced it to a playful experience, I would call it. So you can add these reactions here which are really fun to do. I think it's just imagine being in a team and fake jam and actually showing you emotional reaction to something that it's quite nice to do that. And I could imagine this being a lot of fun. Here again, we have the Chat curves, I think they call it, which is also nice and new. And the different stamps which you can use for voting or for just putting your face on the canvas. I went a fun way and I like it. I think this is something that makes it really stand out from the competition. Maybe you could say, it makes it look a bit unprofessional in a way I can understand that. And maybe for some cases this might be inappropriate. But when considering their main target group which is thick my users and people who are working in a team and to know each other. Well, then I think it's just so much better than switching to another tool or misusing Figma in a way to make it work as this whiteboarding tool, which it's not. So the next thing that I really like is the strong connection to Figma. And apart from all of the users, of course, which are now part here, you can simply copy and paste your design files and transfer them to a fig jam document. So you might know these designs from another cause that I've published, and we can just go ahead and copy them and paste them in here. And you see you have these spacing options as well as you know them from figma. But you don't have layers. You don't have objects or groups or anything like that. It's just one thing here now. But what you can do is change the text. Of course, they don't have different fonts, so they will change as well. That's the thing that you have to know. But you can do small changes if you need to. And you can then obviously work with these and kinda react collaboratively. It's really quick. It's much quicker than on Figma, for example. And it's also quicker than moving all of this to another tool and then working from there. So the more you play with it, the more it makes sense why you should be using it all white, you could benefit from actually using it. That's at least my opinion. And I think it's working quite nicely. And also what you can see here when playing around with it and the facts, there are not that many tools available. It's the thing that I really like about these wide polling tools and its limitation by design. You cannot create a layout or design here. And think gem, it's not meant to be two. It's not meant for this kind of task. But you can really, really quickly do the simple things and these tasks that are unrelated to design, these workshops, experiences, these are executed much, much more quicker here and it makes a lot of sense. And the last thing, the sticky notes, which they also created a nice way. It's sort of shows this shadow here. And it shows who created the sticky note. You can of course change the color. You can change the styling of the text and add a link and all these nice features. And you can create a bunch of other sticky notes in order to be quick when writing a lot of ideas down, for example. And yeah, I think they, they delivered full package. It's not as full-blown as Miro, for example. But I'm really sure that if they see that it's been used exempted by the teams, that they will continue to push it to another level and bring it to a point where you don't miss anything from other tools. That's at least my hope and my wish for fig jam because it has great potential. But I can totally see that for some use cases, you would have to switch over to another tool, at least for now. So let's move over to the next topic and let's take a deep look at the interface in order to really understand how to use fiction. 5. FigJam Interface: All right, We can now take a really, really deep look into the interface and how everything works. So this is the toolbar down here. This is where all the different tools are being accessed. I don't think there's any other option to access the tools, but don't here except for the shortcuts. Up here, you have the top bar and you know how that works from Figma. I think if not, you can also check out my other course on Figma for non designers when taking a beginner approach to Figma and how everything is built up, you can obviously change the name. You would see different users and you can share your file, edit at the bugs to the bulk listing at comments. And this is just a quick menu, quick as access menu for things that I will show you in a bit, the emotions, the stamps, and the cursor chat. And you can zoom in and zoom out and TSM help quick link. So you have two different cursors. Basically, this is the Pointing cursor or as they call it the Move tool with the shortcut V. And you can select something and move it around. So that's why they call it the move tool. You can also scale up and scale down by pressing shift, pressing shift and option in order to proportionately scaled up and down. If you select the Pen tool with the shortcut H, then you would simply move around the Canvas without harming anything or changing anything. And this is also the same as we know it from thickness. If we invite someone to this file and we say this person should only be able to view and not edit the fire, then they would see, or they will only have the option to use the hand tool and not change anything. So here we have the marker tool with a shortcut M, and we can draw with that with our mouse or with a pen. Potentially. It will round all the curves as well. And we can select different colors. And we have two different linewidth, which are thin and thick. As you can see, this became a text marker indeed, and symbolizes that we're now drawing thicker lines. Then there's this shape tool, which is in this case an ellipse. We can also change that to rectangle and square, and it corresponds with their individual hotkey. So squares could be accessed with an are ellipses with an O. So there it is. We can add text to this and we can define the border of that, which could be, in this case a dashed border. And we could then change the color. Again. As you can see, we cannot change the color of the border. We can style the text, make it bold or make it a strike through. And we can add a link. To make it interactive. We can add bullets. We can change the text alignment and we can change the styling of the text, which makes it look quite funny in some ways. And here you can see there's also a rounded rectangle, diamond triangle, downward pointing triangle, right-leaning parallelogram and left-leaning parallelogram. Then we have the sticky notes which can be accessed with the hotkey S. We can write something here. We can enable or disable our name. So for example, if we're doing a voting session and we don't want anyone to know who wrote something that we can just simply disable this. And we can change the color. We can then change the texts in the same way as we're able to for the shapes. And if we click, if we select the sticky note, we can see that we can add additional sticky notes to each of the four sides. So this makes sense. If we're creating a lot of different sticky notes, then this would be much quicker. Brings this into a nice grid already when compared to placing them by hand. At least a little bit quicker, I would say. Then there's the text tool obviously with hotkey t. And it simply provides us with the same studying tool options for text that we know now. And we also can change the color, but that's it. We're limited in a way and that we can only format the text with these few tools here. Then there's the connector tool. And let me check if the shortcut Shift C is working here. All right, So there's either an arrow or a line. If we choose the arrow, then you can see we can move around the different line segments here. We can enable or disable or switch between a line shape and this curved line shape. Here we can specify at the end points and start points. So we can add an arrow to the end as well and remove it here, our ads, for example, this diamond and then make this kind of turnaround, which makes a lot of sense for diagram, for example. We then want to add text to this arrow. We can do this by clicking on the Add Text button and then add text to the line, which is also quite nice. We can remove it by just selecting it, deleting it, and then we have this option again, we change, we can change the width of the line too thin or thick. Woops here. And from solid to dashed if we want. And we can change the color, of course. Now next, there's this library. And as I previously told you, there are already stickers available. And they work nicely for just I think the most common use cases. But you can also do different stuff here. For example, one thing that I noticed you can do with this window is pin it to the right-hand side. So if you're working a lot with these components, this could make sense. You can also remove it then, whoops, and here it is. When you close it and open it up, it, It's at its original position. And you can add your own Figma libraries. Too thick jam, which is quite nice. So if we click here, then we can see on the default libraries, and if we scroll down, we can see all the libraries that you have installed or I have installed in this case. So for example, the Android UI kit. And there's different, there's different libraries that I've installed for my team. As for example, the flow kids library, which is coming from Matt Smith. So we can add it to this file and then we should be able to see it scrolling to the right. Of course, this is now not optimized for fiction, but it's still working. You can just drag and drop all the different elements to the screen, change the text, whatever you want. And this is actually quite nice thing that you can make use of the libraries that you already have. Then we have this interesting stamp tool, shortcut or hotkey is e. And here you have a circular menu which goes around your cursor. So the idea is that this is a temporary menu with the intention to use it once and then it should be gone. You can switch between stems and the modes I think they call them. So stamp is one of these symbols here. And you can place them wherever you want on the canvas, and that will stay there until they get deleted. So I can add these here all the way. I can zoom in. I can rotate them, I can zoom out, zoom and I can also select them and delete them. Now if we talk about the modes, they are temporary elements that will disappear after a few seconds so I can react to something and show my emotion. And when I click once, there are these three icons then flying up and then slowly disappearing. And the idea is really to make use of the hockey and then quickly add your emotion or your reaction. And then by pressing Escape, it will disappear. Or after a few seconds it will disappear from its own. You can also access the text cursor or cursor text, which is an interesting way of communicating. So if you think about that in Figma and picked jam, you already see everyone's carousel and it's kind of an avatar for their, for their selves. And then you just give this cursor the ability to speak. It kind of make sense, I think. But I think only the interaction maybe need some polishing. Sometimes I'm a bit confused whether I should be pressing Enter to submit something which is not necessary because right now everyone would see this. But when does it disappear? When does it break into a new a row or can I submit something and then read something else? This is kinda maybe not at its final state. And now the last feature here in the toolbar is the image tool. And we can just upload a picture, place it somewhere, and then use it as a regular object, scale it up, scale it down. We can even crop it in this case, which makes sense for images. And then confirm and now it's, the image has been cropped. So that's it for what fig jam is able to do right now. I think my conclusion still is that it's a great tool if you're already using Figma or if your team is already using Figma, you should try it out. There will be moments in which you probably need to switch to another tool. But I think it makes a lot of sense for many, many other opportunities. So let's move on. Let's talk about feedback. And then let's talk about the class project. 6. Feedback: All right, so if you know my courses, you know that I'm always asking for feedback. It's my only chance to really understand if you like, the content that I'm producing or not. And if you're wishing for other topics may be. So please use the options available here and provide me with feedback to this class. If you liked it, then tell me if you have suggestions or wishes. Please also tell me this is the only way for us to grow together and for me to provide you with better content so that you are happy or other content to other topics. Maybe you're already happy with everything that's even better. I will still keep on publishing new classes regularly. But if you have wishes, then that's your chance to tell them to me and there's a good chance of them being realized in the future. So please provide me with feedback. Thank you. 7. Your Class Project: For the class project, I would like to invite you to try out victim, It's free. And tell me your thoughts. I'd like to grow together with. You. Use fig maybe for fun test project. If your teams using Figma, then use it as a team which is even better than using it alone. I think. If you're using any of the other tools that I talked about in this course, then I would be very interested in your opinion about these tools and why they might be better or worse than the other tools. What's your experience, What's your opinion? And especially regarding fig jam and all the stuff that has been released by Figma yesterday and then the last weeks there really quick with publishing new features. I'm not endorsed by Figma by her way, I just like tools and I'm always curious for new stuff that works well and is new in a way that it provides us with something that we haven't seen before. So yeah, Class Project, trial thick jam. Tell me your thoughts and let's start a discussion. Thanks for joining me in this class and I hope to see you in the next one. Other than that, have fun, Have a great day and see you soon.