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Figma Preview Release

The collaborative interface design tool

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Dylan Field
@zoink · CEO, Figma
Hi! I’m Dylan, CEO of Figma. @evanwallace and I have been building the tech behind Figma for a few years now and we are thrilled to be launching our Preview Release today! Figma is a collaborative interface design tool. Our aim is to combine the power of legacy programs like Adobe Illustrator with the collaboration of web apps like Google Docs. You can d… See more

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Dylan Field
@zoink · CEO, Figma
Hi! I’m Dylan, CEO of Figma. @evanwallace and I have been building the tech behind Figma for a few years now and we are thrilled to be launching our Preview Release today! Figma is a collaborative interface design tool. Our aim is to combine the power of legacy programs like Adobe Illustrator with the collaboration of web apps like Google Docs. You can d… See more
Ben Berkowitz
@benberkowitz · CEO, SeeClickFix
We have been using Figma @seeclickfix since this Summer. We have been blown away by the simplicity and speed. We dropped our photoshop license two months ago as a result. The pen tool is incredibly easy to use for a beginner and faster than illustrator for a pro. Watching how fast photos scale on a MacBook Air leveraging the cloud has been pretty incredible … See more
Jeremy Britton
@forgttenboy · Product Designer
Been using it much of the year. Left Sketch behind and haven't looked back. A few reasons it's stuck with our team: 1. Its web-based nature is sneakily useful. Sharing work-in-progress or referencing design specs is just a link over Slack/chat with no software to install on the other side to view and no file sync to wait for. 2. The attention to detail in … See more
Mɐx Bulger
@maxbulger · maxbulger.net
I'm down with any product that uses Rhode Island in its comps and marketing :). Congrats team, looks awesome!
Chris Calmeyn
@calc · Co-founder of Scout
Personally, I am excited for the day where I can do substantive work from basically any computer. Figma looks like one more step in that direction. 👏 When the internet is spotty or unavailable, how does (or will) the offline mode work?