- [Instructor] Before you start working in Figma,…you need to sign up for Figma.…Currently, as of the recording of this,…Figma is free for everybody, no matter what,…that is supposedly going to change soon.…But in this video, you'll start by signing up,…then you'll take a tour of the work space,…and get an idea of what's going on in Figma.…If you've already signed up, make sure…you're on the Figma site, you're signed in,…and you can skip ahead a bit…to the work space part of this video.…OK, to get started make sure you are on Figma.com.…Currently, you're going to see what the interface…looks like, it's going to show…you a lot of different things.…
If you want to sign up, you're going…to see Sign up, right up here.…Now, like I said in the early part…of this video, right now Figma is free.…It is, as they say, going to cost money eventually.…So the sign up process may be a…little different going forward,…they'll probably have a free trial.…But click Sign up over here in the corner.…Now, I've already got an e mail address in here.…
- Creating a Figma project
- Importing from Sketch
- Working with frames and shapes
- Adding and formatting text
- Drawing, components, constraints, and versioning
- Sharing, commenting, and exporting
- Prototyping with Framer
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up a Figma Project
2. Adding Content
3. Collaborating, Sharing, and Exporting
Figma and Framer4m 32s
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