A collection of best practices, resources, and templates to help keep your team on the same page—literally.
Here are some of our favorite resources to keep you and your team collaborating at your best.
Hear how Help Scout, Apartment List, and Figma run inclusive critiques with teammates across different time zones.
There's a lot that goes into research, and even more when doing it remotely. Here, we share some tweaks for making remote user interviews and debriefs a little easier.
Looking to revamp your sprint planning process? Try out this template, customized for remote design teams.
Duplicate, use, and remix these files published by the Figma community.
Figma template and activity from the Dropbox Design Team built to help distributed teams ideate during a design sprint.
Check in with your team about what is working and what isn't with this template from the Figma team.
When teams are remote, communication is key. Keep everyone in sync with this design check list. Modify it to fit your team's process.
Articles and best practices on remote design work.
Figma’s Design Director, Noah Levin, shares 6 methods for design critique used by the Figma team.
A deep dive into our product design team's day-to-day: meeting cadences, rituals, and culture-building exercises that help everyone stay connected and efficient.
Remote design is new to a lot of us. Here are tips for running a remote brainstorm, based on what’s working well for Figma.
Retros keep your team in sync about what is going well and what could be improved.
Prototypes are a great way to share ideas across teams, espcially when remote. Uplevel your prototyping with these tips.
It's hard to stay connected while far apart. We've rounded up tips and activities to keep your (currently) remote team feeling like a unit.
Whether you’re video conferencing on Zoom, Google Meet, or another tool, Figma’s got built-in features to help keep your meetings running smoothly.
Jump into a Figma file together to brainstorm, iterate, and jam on ideas.
Click play to instantly present your Figma file. Easily add live feedback as comments.
Click on any avatar to literally “walk” in the presenter’s shoes.
Check out this list of resources on remote design put together by the community.