A comprehensive list of Figma plugins for an overall design process
I was an ardent Sketch user a year ago until I had to switch to Figma when I was moving to a different product team within Microsoft. And, in a year’s time I grew so fond of the Figma environment, all the hype was just worth it.
In this article I have tried to list the best ~3 Figma plugins for every step in a typical design process and the reason I believe why these plugins undeniably make Figma the best tool for end-to-end collaboration for *all* stakeholders.
In definition, plugins are third-party scripts that extend the functionality of an application. In this case, Figma plugins enable simplicity and acceleration in the creation process, boost productivity, precision, optimization and sometimes bring delight to the process of designing. …
Figma is undoubtedly the best tool there is for UX design and in this article, I outline some of the best plugins UI designers can use to create illustration/graphic design assets within Figma instead of opening Adobe CC. Hoping this article could reduce the number of clicks, speed up your workflow and potentially avoid the hassle of importing assets back on Figma again. And, yes — all these plugins are free.
In the list below, I have mentioned the intent and the solution plugin. Plugins are underlined and have been linked if you want to download them right away. …
Most of us working on Adobe XD know that there is no option to change the stroke cap. You too probably experienced the urge to change the square stroke cap at the end of a line to a rounded stroke cap and most likely ended up creating a bunch of rounded rectangles instead. This could be one of the reasons why we do not enjoy making icons on XD. I’m sure Adobe plans to change this; perhaps by introducing an option to change stroke caps under the stroke settings in the future. Maybe?