I just started using Figma full-time a few months ago. Late to the game, I know. But even being late to the game hasn’t stopped me from trying to play.

Like many other product designers, I was a Sketch user for the past few years. It’s easy to learn and understand, I liked integrating with InVision for building prototypes, and features like auto-stacking with Anima made it easy to work with more dynamic content.

Then I joined the crew over at Y Media Labs, a team that has completely migrated over to Figma. I had dabbled in it a bit, but never used it as my primary tool. It was sink or swim for me. And that’s when I realized that Figma is simple, easy, and powerful as all get…


Uncovering some “Hacks” to take your Figma prototyping to the next level.

This is a follow up to my previous Figma tutorial on creating Simple Interactive Buttons. If you haven’t read that yet, check it out! In it, you’ll learn how to create the simple interactive button below:

Mike Gorrell

Senior Product Designer. Junior at a lot of other things.

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