Duck your Figma Workflow
There is a weird dichotomy in the design education world right now.
On one hand, we have more resources than ever — including free materials. It’s amazing and I am very happy to be able to contribute lots of free materials myself. Seeing people grow as designers, get their first job and improve their lives is an amazing privilege.
On the other, the information overload combined with questionable quality of these materials leads to an overall decline in junior work quality compared to just a few years ago.
We have more and we have less at the same time.
That overload is mostly fueled by Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) and lack of prioritetization. The content creation game is chasing clicks and running out of ideas.
What else can we share?
Hey, I know!
My Figma Workflow?
You’ve probably seen these posts a million times by now.
Here’s how I organize my professional Figma workflow — step by step!
These posts quickly get popular, even when coming from people with no actual professional experience outside of “content creation”. They all look suspiciously similar too, which kinda proves my point.
But let’s assume that one specific post like that actually came from someone that knows what they’re talking about.
Isn’t being organized good?
Having an organized approach to your work is great. It allows others to easily slide into your file and help or resume the work after…