What Is Figma?

Figma is a primarily web-based tool used to seamlessly design and prototype user interfaces. Created by Dylan Field and Evan Wallace, from the beginning Figma's intentions were to allow for an ease of creative expression and collaboration through the website's many tools and features.

Designers commonly use Figma to create wireframes or user interfaces that would be later realized as a final product by the developers of a team. With an emphasis on collaboration and critiques, Figma allows its users to easily prototype and share their designs through features such as team libraries.

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