Meng To | Duration: 2h+ | Video: H264 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC 44,1 kHz 2ch | 2,01 GB | Language: English
Complete guide to designing a site using a collaborative and powerful design system
Only a few years ago, Figma came out as the first design tool that utilized the power and accessibility of the Web while promising the same powerful features you'd expect from a native app. They surprised everyone with their real-time collaboration. Designers were ecstatic to finally be able to share their designs to their coworkers and clients with zero friction, and see multiple mouse pointers drawing shapes simultaneously. It was like magic.
We've come a long way since. Today, this instant collaboration approach has proven to be instrumental for creating a cohesive and reliable Design System. Everything exists on the Web, and Figma makes full use of it by bringing everything together for designers and developers.
In this course, we'll learn how to create this design system from scratch, using reusable styles, texts, colors, icons and components that can be shared across your team. We'll start with the basics of design and work our way through advanced workflows and techniques to achieve powerful lasting results. We'll design icons using the Vector Network, apply constraints for maximum adaptiveness and prototype quickly using the built-in tools. We'll learn how to communicate our designs to developers so that everyone is in sync.
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