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The birth of Inter: How the new open-source typeface used by GitHub and Mozilla came to be
Here's what goes into creating a brand new typeface.
How to run a design sprint
Design sprints are an effective processes used by teams to solve complex problems in a short period of time. Learn how to plan and facilitate the six phases of a design sprint.
Product design portfolio tips from a Figma recruiter
To avoid common portfolio pitfalls, put yourself in the shoes of your target audience.
What’s new on June roundup
Take a look at what we have been writing about over on A guide to iconography, open-sourced React containers, while-labeled design systems, and more
We are on a mission to make the best destination on the web for tips on building and maintaining design systems, sample code, design files and stories from the community about design systems.
Pairing is the key to evangelizing your design system
When you pair with other designers, you gather high level data about what's confusing, what's weird and what's working well with your system of components and design patterns.
Design on a deadline: How Notion pulled itself back from the brink of failure
The story of its last-minute pivot and epic comeback.
State of Design Systems 2018
8 trends and takeaways from 499 respondents
Nominate photography for the 2018 Unsplash Awards
Unsplash is holding their second annual awards, recognizing the top contributions to the site. Submissions are open now.
Using constraints & “magic numbers” to build responsive layouts in Figma
Templates with responsive layouts played a key role in scaling our work. Here’s how we figured out the approach that worked for us in both Figma and React.
Creating atomic components in Figma
This post is a look at how we built an atomic design system in Figma.
Figma year in review: 2018
It’s November, which means Figma is 2-ish years old. In our now annual tradition, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on where we’ve come and where we’re headed
Designers use Figma to bring Uber to the unbanked
“Figma is like a tidy bookshelf, where you can find exactly what you need, whenever you need it.”
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