Sept. 1, 2020
Quick notes: Today QuickBooks designers start creating, discovering, and sharing with Figma
Launch day: All QuickBooks designers now have access to Figma, the cloud-based design tool that’s becoming the Intuit standard for design creation and collaboration. Design system teams and design project managers across Intuit established the foundations that help Intuit move to this open, collaborative tool.
A number of components and resources are available now for QuickBooks designers:
- Nearly 20 core product design components have been published in the design system libraries.
- Dropdown buttons
- Dropdown typeahead
- Numeric badges
- Page messages
- Radio buttons
- Split buttons
- Status badges
- Text area
- Textfield typeahead
- Menu items
- Combo links
- Icon buttons
- Toast messages
The team is working on more than 30 additional components, revised documentation, and other resources.
- Organized neatly following atomic design principles, a full set of components are available in the marketing design system. More enhancements for building marketing experiences are on the way.
- For designers working on mobile apps, components are ready for both Android and iOS.
- If you need a component that’s not in Figma yet, import the asset from our Lingo library. For more help, you can read about importing files from Sketch.
Don’t miss Figma 101 training Thursday
To get more info about designing with Figma, Zoom into Figma 101 on Thursday, Sept. 3 at 3 PM PT. Can’t make it? We’ll record it and make the replay available. Need an invite? Email Diem Sarkar.
For more updates, see the Figma questions and answers.
More Figma questions? Ask in Slack: #cmty-design-figma.
Design system questions? Ask in Slack: #sbg-xd-designsystem.