Michael Ragland

UX Designer at Praedicat Joined almost 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Pain points for designers in 2018?, in reply to Thomas Lowry , Jul 13, 2018

    Hey, thanks for the detailed information -- I'll definitely check this out when I'm off work!

    2 points
  • Posted to Pain points for designers in 2018?, in reply to L W , Jul 13, 2018

    Sure. I would love the ability to easily add rows, columns, numerical and string data, select groups of layers as rows or columns (though I cannot think of a way to make this practical), and resize width of columns.

    There may be a better way of building tables in Figma, but to be honest I'm not sure how.

    https://www.figma.com/file/Llnhde1Vxs6cgu77evwWDU/Public

    Charts would include mostly bar graphs and line charts. These are much more straightforward to build, but I could imagine tools that would make it easier and faster.

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  • Posted to Pain points for designers in 2018?, Jul 13, 2018

    I work in fintech, and a tool that would help me make customizable high-fidelity data tables and charts would go a long way.

    For tables even just adding a repeat grid function in Figma would do wonders for me, but it would be way cooler if it could populate the cells with data.

    4 points
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