“A mental model is based on belief, not facts: that is, it’s a model of what users know (or think they know) about a system such as your website.”
— Nielsen Norman Group
I’m currently living in San Francisco. There are many young entrepreneurs around me, and I consult with them and get involved in creating digital products from the early stages. So I have a lot of opportunities to see new digital products daily. I collect and analyze those good products to learn what is good about them.
There are reasons why we feel products are great. It was…
Figma plugins provide a simple and intuitive way to improve Figma’s functionality. There are already over 500+ plugins available, and some plugins are on paid plans due to demand and convenience.
I usually design and develop mobile and web apps. In my spare time, I create original plugins for mobile apps and web apps. Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of work building and maintaining Figma-based design systems, and I use plugins to efficiently handle repetitive tasks in all sorts of situations.
In this article, I’ve collected some practical plugins that I use on a daily basis.
Since Figma released the Figma Community (Beta), I’ve been working on Figma plugins in my free time while I study the code. With the help of an engineer friend of mine, I’ve developed four small plugins so far. As I continue to update these, I’m also planning new plugins.
In this article, I will introduce some practical tips and resources for beginners of plugin development, based on my experiences with Figma plugins.
Let’s take a look!👀
Webflow is an excellent tool for building static sites, blogs, and even a unique portfolio site. In this article, I’ll show you how to add the persistent dark mode inside your Webflow site. Let’s look at how to do this.
I used to build portfolios from scratch using React and other frameworks,
but I found it cumbersome to update and run them continually, so I moved to Webflow, which allows you to build websites in No Code.
It took me a while to get used to using it at first, but I’m now fascinated by it.
Lately, I’ve seen more…