Figma is a web application to plan, prototype and design any digital product even in browser, that allows designers, developers, and clients to collaborate during all design process. It is the first application that integrated design, prototyping and animation tools, making it easy for teams to work together.
All files are saved in its own cloud ecosystem, allowing to access them anywhere and anytime. And with a neat interface it's much easier to access files for entire projects. Figma have a version history, which is very useful and means that no longer need to create hundreds of duplicate files. It allows to go back in time and see how designs have evolved by key points in the project. One of the most important - using Figma in early development stages, you can setup an interactive prototype and demonstrate animated interactions directly to customers.
Figma is an incredibly powerful design tool that helps teams collaborate in real-time. It's easy to use, offers great features and integrates with many popular tools. On the plus side, it's great for prototyping and feedback loops, it's intuitive, and it has an extensive library of components. You can also export your designs to the most popular formats, so sharing your work is a breeze. However, there are a few drawbacks to consider. It can be expensive for larger teams, and it's not quite as powerful as some other design tools. But overall, I think Figma is an excellent choice for teams looking to collaborate on design projects quickly and efficiently.