Remote Designers Can Now Work Together In Real Time

Remote Designers Can Now Work Together In Real Time
Design

Figma's new "Multiplayer" feature streamlines the collaborative process and offers tools to help those working apart

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 5 october 2016

After releasing a beta version in December 2015, Figma, a browser-based collaborative design tool, released a public version of its application. The ability to work with other remote designers in real time on the same project (similar to Google Docs for text) makes Figma a valuable tool for both pro and amateur artists.

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