For nearly every project, I’ve found myself searching for many of the same system-level iOS interface events, frequently coming from many different sites and sources. So, I decided to make a unified collection to share with the design community. Each component has been built for Figma, for easy instance-swapping, and have both constraints and Auto Layout applied.
Maybe like yourself, I find that I spend lots of time searching around online for modern screen info and device mockups for designs, and wanted to change that. What’s That Size is a database built in Notion that allows you to easily find dimension and DPI information for many of the popular devices we use today. Each device also has a link to a device mockup in Figma, originally built by the talented team at Facebook Design, and have been restructured to work for Figma, are components, and allow you to import a screen once to export for any device.
I’ve had several close friends face unexpected, difficult layoffs, and while super small, I wanted to try to do something to help. I just published a file with a few auto layout resume templates, to remix, use, customize, & call your own.
I always spend time rebuilding the same types of inputs (buttons, radios, checkboxes, switches, etc.) when working on a new project, so I wanted to make a collection to share. These are all meant to be starting blocks, built for Figma, & ready for you to use and customize to work for your designs.
I really enjoy using checklists to keep track of things I need to do and I find myself creating mini lists all the time inside of my Figma files. If you’re like me, you might find this file helpful! Grab this file, publish it within your team, and have access to todo lists with instance-swappable checkmarks and task items.
This project was inspired by seeing more and more designers who use Figma ask for a thumbnail template kit to use to better visually organize their files within the design tool. This template allows you to easily add teammates’ avatars, custom fields, custom statuses, and easily instance swap between light or dark themes.