Figma is a design platform for teams who build products together. Born on the Web, Figma helps teams create, share, test, and ship better designs from start to finish. Whether it’s consolidating tools, simplifying workflows, or collaborating across teams and time zones, Figma makes the design process faster, more efficient, and fun while keeping everyone on the same page.


  • Prototyping
  • Built-in Commenting
  • Developer Handoff
  • Version Control
  • Multiplayer Collaboration
  • Liveshare
  • Components
  • Constraints
  • Team Libraries


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G2 Score

4.6/5 (out of 310 reviews)

Reviews (Snippets from G2)


  • We liked best a shareable ability to conceptualize design and prototype solutions.
  • Everything in one platform. No complex integrations needed (the community, prototyping, the design tool itself, component library, collaboration, everything is cloud-based, and many more).
  • The interface design is very easy and useful. I do my mobile app designs now using Figma and they look pretty good.
  • Real-time collaboration is very helpful while working in a remote environment. Also, as a developer, Figma helps you with code snippets of the designs.
  • The implementation of rulers is simply amazing.
  • More than one person can work on it simultaneously (you can work as a team on Figma).
  • You can share your prototype with the client very easily through Figma.


  • Figma does not support animations and sometimes animations are the only things that make the UI look beautiful.
  • I really think the community support can be improvised and can be implemented more properly.
  • There is a bit of a learning curve, but this is expected on a advanced tool.
  • Adobe XD is closer to a high-fidelity prototype.
  • Using images and icons are a bit complex. other than that I think I would be just neat picking here.
  • High-end systems can easily use Figma smoothly, but on lower-end systems, it takes a hell lot of effort to create a design.
  • Figma lags when it comes to support low-end devices.