Chuck Rice
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A design system involves a lot of passing the baton, just like in a runner’s relay.

Photo from behind the audience, me at the front with a microphone, and a projector hanging from the right.
My talk about “Solo Design Sprints” at Tech Circus in Manchester, January 2019.

Putting a Frame inside another Frame sounds like madness, but it’s a core prototyping technique required for true Figma mastery.

A page design, left, visualised using shadowed rectangles, right.
Visualising the Frame nesting used to achieve the design shown on the left.

Isometric view of cells in Figma creating a table, using the ‘blow-up’ diagram style.
A ‘blow-up’ diagram view of how single cells in this approach can create a table.

Visual diagram of how the ‘double-glazed’ effect is achieved for a Component with an Internal and External Frame.
Visual diagram of how the ‘double-glazed’ effect is achieved for a Component.

Chuck Rice

Technical Lead @residently. Specialised in Design Systems, DevOps, and a certified Design Sprint facilitator. CrossFit and Travel 🏝. https://chuckwired.com

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