Since our weekly curated UI/UX interactions series are going well, we decided to give it a try with illustrations. Instead of focusing on one specific medium for illustrations like a print design for example.
Figma is a powerful, collaborative tool for interface design, prototyping, and more. Let's put an emphasis on the 'more' for this feature on abdz. Figma is recognized by the industry as a standard in terms of your stack of tools for the design process. Some talented individuals will push beyond its capabilities of what the things you can accomplish and Martin Bekerman's work is a great example of how far and how high you can push the tool. Let's take a look, Martin aka @Bek is a brand design lead at Netflix based in San Jose, California. We are sharing a list of illustrations that Martin has done straight in Figma and some of them are available for you to duplicate. How amazing, more on https://www.figma.com/@beker
New figma llustration, this time a frame from Die Antwoord Ugly Boy :) pic.twitter.com/ID58JxPz5q— Bek (@MartinBekerman) December 27, 2020
"I like the way you die, boy!" My last illustration for the year :D pic.twitter.com/MkVnCkdRYP— Bek (@MartinBekerman) December 24, 2020
Managed to capture a part of the process in Figma for this one :) pic.twitter.com/z5qxBCKD7v— Bek (@MartinBekerman) December 18, 2020
New Figma Illustration, I'm calling this one done but I l know I could spend hours going crazy over it. pic.twitter.com/1Z24WEag5r— Bek (@MartinBekerman) December 14, 2020
New illustration done in Figma for the same project, now a more establishing shot. Looking forward to animate these pic.twitter.com/A0qXxRmLLM— Bek (@MartinBekerman) December 5, 2020