Streamline your workflow: The efficient UI/UX design process in Figma

Nicole Saidy, Designer, Coach, Speaker

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9 Videos (28m)
    • Intro

    • Why Figma

    • The design process

    • Intro to Figma

    • Step 1: Building your wireframes

    • Step 2: Making your wireframes interactive

    • Step 3: Styling your design system

    • Step 4: Finalizing your prototype

    • Final thoughts

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About This Class

Hi, my name is Nicole and I’m a UI/UX designer with 7+ years of experience. Together in this class we are going to create a consistent and scalable prototype in Figma in 30 mins, from wireframing all the way to handing off to developers. If you're not familiar, Figma is the best collaborative online design tool out there.

Why take this class?
This class is perfect if you want to:

  • speed up your workflow and save 90% of your time
  • learn how to use Figma’s powerful features
  • create consistent designs and avoid repetitive work
  • design collaboratively with the whole team in mind
  • build a full interactive project without leaving the app

What am I going to get from this class?
Throughout the class you will:

  1. learn the ui/ux design process
  2. create interactive wireframes
  3. build a scalable design system
  4. design an interactive prototype
  5. collaborate with clients & colleagues


Who is this class targeted to?
This class is great for all types of people:

  • As a beginner you will learn the UI/UX design process while using Figma.
  • As an experienced designer, you will learn how to optimize your performance by building consistent design systems.
  • If you’re a designer who works within a team, you will increase collaboration and make your team happy.
  • If you’re a freelancer, you will increase your income by working 2-3 times faster.

Enroll in my new design course Become a UI/UX designer. Use the coupon code 25OFF to get a 25% discount!

52 of 56 students recommendSee All

Very clear explanations, I loved the flow!
Short and sweet. A bit fast if you are following along. But then, that's where the pause and rewind button comes in. A handy course. A good idea to play around with Figma on your own -- I should. I also think Figma is what I'm looking for to get started. I used Adobe XD before and it's similar, but Figma does look easier. Wish me luck.
Superb Class! Thank you Nicole for covering the basics too. Very well structured and would love to see what's next!





Nicole Saidy

Designer, Coach, Speaker

I'm a digital nomad passionate about travel, design, collaboration and mentorship. I have more than 7 years of experience in prototyping, user experience design, front-end coding, digital products and shaping new designers through my activities as a mentor, speaker and blogger within the design community.

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