FREE FIGMA COURSE
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What will I learn in the free Figma course?
How to create basic UI elements
Learn hwo to create basic UI elements in Figma to kickstart your UI design career
How to use Figmas Auto Layout feature
Learn how to use Figmas amazing Auto Layout feature and crush your UI designs
How to create a component in Figma
Learn how to create a Figma component and fastrack your UI design workflow
How to share and export your work
Learn how to share and export your UI designs for maximum collaboration
Who is the free Figma course for?
Who is my Figma course instructor?
Your Free Figma course instructor is Craig Barber, Senior Product Designer. Craig has over 40,000 hours of real-world experience in UX and UI design. He has generated over $2,000,000 in revenue working for some of the biggest brands in the world including Accenture, Sony, Samsung, Citi, PayPal, Nestle and Marks & Spencer. Craig is extremely well versed in the essentials of Figma and product design and can effectively relay this knowledge and help you achieve your goals.
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Free Figma course FAQ's
Figma is a cloud-based design and prototyping tool used by designers to create user interfaces, wireframes, and interactive prototypes for web and mobile applications.
Yes, Figma offers a free plan that allows you to create and collaborate on design projects. However, there are also paid plans available with additional features and advanced functionality.
To get started with Figma, you can sign up for a free account on their website. Once you have an account, you can access Figma directly from your web browser or download the desktop app for a more native experience.
Yes, Figma is designed for collaborative work. You can invite team members or clients to your projects, allowing them to view and edit the designs in real-time. This makes it easy to gather feedback and work together seamlessly.
Figma supports a wide range of design projects, including website interfaces, mobile app designs, icons, illustrations, and more. It provides tools and features specifically tailored for these design types.
Yes, Figma has a built-in prototyping feature that allows you to create interactive and clickable prototypes. You can define interactions, transitions, and hotspots between screens to demonstrate user flows and interactions.
Absolutely! Figma allows you to export your designs in various formats, such as PNG, JPEG, SVG, PDF, and even CSS code. This makes it easy to share your designs with developers or stakeholders who may not use Figma.
Yes, Figma has a thriving plugin ecosystem that offers a wide range of plugins to extend its functionality. These plugins can help with tasks like generating design assets, adding design animations, and integrating with other tools.
While Figma is primarily a design tool, it also provides features that can support user research and testing. You can use Figma to create user flows, conduct usability testing, and gather feedback from stakeholders or users.
Yes, Figma has an active community where designers can connect, share resources, and learn from each other. Additionally, there are various online tutorials, courses, and documentation available to help you learn and master Figma’s features.
The free Figma course is free.
Total time to complete the free Figma course is approximately 50 minutes.
The free Figma course is a combination of frameworks and hands-on, actionable design knowledge.
Your instructor is Craig Barber. A Senior product designer with over 40,000 hours of real world experience in UX and UI design for some of the world’s best brands.
Yes, we use Figma in the course which is free and can be downloaded here.
The free Figma course is made up of video lectures and text notes.
Yes. You can view the free Figma course on most devices but we recommend any desktop computer.