Be nice. Or else.
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Nested symbols are a start. The way Figma has Team Libraries is a very compelling setup. Basically nested symbols can be shared to a team library. When anyone pushes a change to a team library item they can be pulled into any design files using the team component.
Forgot you had kits. That's rad. How about symbols/components. Basically anything to create a shared team library of atomic design components?
Free tier for individuals or small teams. You pay for the team features because it's worth it to be able to build living team components. Plus, Sketch is essentially subscription now anyway with yearly renewals.
I beg to differ. That language is perfectly acceptable for a buggy, over-priced app that introduces breaking changes with every version and has better alternatives.
Lack of UI kits and inter-compatibility with the Sketch ecosystem. It was slow. Lacks rich symbol/component export and just feels clunky compared to Sketch or Figma. I do have to say it is a step up in UX from Illustrator or Photoshop.
How is there any comparison? XD is a joke.
This isn't even a question. Figma is the only choice. More flexible than Sketch, and Team Shared Components allow you to build living atomic design systems. Plus they have a free tier.