In this post, I will be talking about a few features that will help you save time and design faster using Figma.

  1. Scaling: I never knew this feature existed until recently. Before then, If I would like to resize a group of items, I usually execute that one by one which can be really time-consuming. In today’s design world, clients want results faster and moving layers one by one can get really boring. The ‘scale’ tool in Figma can be activated by pressing the ‘K’ button on your laptop or just under the ‘Move’ tool. …

In the world of UI/UX today, Figma is one of the best software you can find. It is being used by a lot of people nowadays due to the fact that it fosters collaborations with developers. The application is web-based and also has local versions. It has a lot of features but also worthy to note that it’s not an ‘island’.

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There are several plugins that can make your work easier. I took the time to talk about my top 10 must-have right now.

Autoflow: This plugin comes in really handy when you are making flow charts. simply run it…

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I took my first job as a UI/UX designer after undergoing Certification training. The training played a significant role in helping me build my career. Asides training, you have to put in the work yourself as a UI/UX designer. You’ll learn faster if you only practice.
Practice, practice, and practice.

There’s no better way to build yourself than trying out different things and different tools. I started off with Adobe XD and Figma. They are still my go-to software for design to date. My first job was an internship. I didn’t care about the pay because I was more interested…

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Android User Interface

Choosing a design tool can be a big deal in today’s world. Tools used in making designs do have some impact on your final prototypes and on how fast you will work. When choosing a design tool to settle with, you have to consider your utmost priority for the project. Most of the design tools we have today have very similar interfaces and can produce almost similar results. Some are better used if your project requires a lot of collaborative efforts while some are very big on prototyping features. …

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As a designer, you are expected to know some basic terms which can be used from time to time in the field. You will be interacting with developers and high level tech experts, it will also be good to know some of the terms they use.

Kerning: This refers to the horizontal spacing between two consecutive character

Tracking: This refers to uniform horizontal spacing without depending on the shape of the letter

Leading: This refers to vertical spacing between two lines of text

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There is a lot of emphasis on great work, especially when it comes to UX design. Great design is achieved by intentionally engaging specific concepts of branding, guided by certain design rules that ultimately enhance your efforts as a UX designer.

Here are a few guidelines to help your UX designs look great and appealing always. To clients, potential clients, and generally, your online audience, i.e., if you are working on building a significant online presence or an outstanding portfolio as a UX designer or you hope someday to offer a UX design course.

1. Do not use ‘Lorem Ipsum’

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