• Emanuel SerbanoiuEmanuel Serbanoiu, 1 month ago

    Why not use Figma?

    2 points
    • Arthur Simon, 1 month ago

      One can buy Affinity Designer for the price of a 6 month professional subscription to Figma.

      1 point
    • Ryan Hicks, 1 month ago

      Figma is pricey.

      1 point
      • Mike AbbotMike Abbot, 1 month ago

        It's $12 dollars per month. A bit more than your netflix subscription. If it's your main design tool - this is really cheap. Plus it works great.

        0 points
        • Andrew C, 1 month ago

          Honestly I’ll never understand the intense reaction the design community has to paying for software. Do we not expect people to pay for our work, either?

          I don’t use Figma but $12 /mos for their featureset is not even close to expensive. Neither is $100 a year for Sketch.

          0 points
          • Fred SimmonsFred Simmons, 1 month ago

            $100 for Sketch felt cheap. But $100/year for UI changes and updates that I don't really use is a little annoying (still worth it but...). Couple that with the thousands I've spent using InVision since 2015, and I'm ready to trial Figma.

            1 point
            • Andrew C, 1 month ago

              I don't see why us paying way too much for InVision (me too btw :( ) is on Sketch to solve. They should charge nothing so InVision (a company that is trying to compete with them now) can gouge us?

              Figma is more $$$ than Sketch, and has a less forgiving Saas model. I support both, since paying for software you use daily seems the the proper thing to do to me, and both pricing models are quite reasonable.

              2 points