Pagedraw & Figma integration
If you’re using Figma for UI/UX design, Pagedraw can now turn those mockups into React code for your developers
We are super happy to announce that Pagedraw now supports Figma designs!
Our mission is to help companies build delightful products. The key to that is speed of iteration and efficient collaboration between the Design, Development and Product teams.
With the new Pagedraw<>Figma integration, you can help the Design team focus on the design of the product and Development team focus on building business logic, instead of spending time bringing designs to life in code. Pagedraw particularly shines when your team is iterating quickly on the designs.
The import process is now very simple:
With these 4 steps you can have your Figma files be part of Pagedraw and you can now quickly sync all the design changes into React codebase with the Pagedraw CLI.
Check out the Pagedraw tutorial for a quick overview on the process.
When you want to iterate on the design, the designer can keep working in Figma, and the developer can merge the new updates in to their work in Pagedraw.
We’ve just published a post about Designer-Developer Handoff with Pagedraw which you might find useful.
We hope you enjoy it and we are always looking to make Pagedraw work better for you so don’t hesitate to reach out to us if something isn’t working for you.