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20 awesome Figma plugins to improve your workflow

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Design System Organiser is a must-have for anyone dealing with large-scale Design Systems in Figma.

It enables you to quickly bulk-manage styles and components; something Figma lacks out of the box.

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Accessibility is not a ‘nice to have’; it’s a ‘must have’ today.

The Contrast plugin makes it easy to check the contrast ratios of colours in your designs as you work so you can make sure the project you’re currently working on adheres correctly to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (...

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Blush is a fantastic Figma plugin created by the excellent Pablo Stanley and his top-notch Illustrator team.

I can use the Blush plugin in Figma, select from a vast number of Artists and Collections, customise the Illustrations to my preference, and drop them directly into my project.

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The Unsplash plugin is straightforward, and practical, with no unnecessary frills.

There’s no need to download and insert photos into Figma anymore manually.

Grab Unsplash

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So you’re starting a new project and want to switch from Roboto to Inter in multiple places. Is it possible to achieve this quickly in Figma?

Erm. Nope! Figma currently only allows you to update one style at a time manually. Yeah, a real pain.

With this super-convenient plugin, you ca...

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Line charts, Pie charts, Area charts, you name it, they’re here for you to easily select and drop into your project with so much customisation available to you.

With the option to use real or random data from sources such as Excel or Google S...

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Third-party animation tool integrations are improving as Figma matures, but what about unique animations created within Figma?

Well, that’s what Figmotion is trying to change.

Creating intricate animations within Figma saves time, and Figmotion has impressed me greatly with i...

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I’ve used plugins like Flowkit before and as good as they are and have more features than Autoflow, you still have to manually move items around to link wires and construct flows.

With Autoflow, you select the objects between which you want to build a flow, and this lil’ package of plugin d...

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Having something like the Iconify plugin working alongside Figma makes things a lot simpler for your day-to-day workflow when working with icons.

The Iconify icon collection includes over 50,000 icons from well-known sets like Font Awesome, Material Design, and

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