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Mastering Design Systems in Figma

In this 3-hour online workshop, you’ll get a hands-on understanding of how UI design systems work in Figma. Learn how to use components to design content and improve collaboration with designers on your team.

We recommend this workshop for UX writers who already have at least some basic experience in Figma.

Payment plans available, including Affirm.

Format Duration Payment Plans Standard Price UXCC Student Price
Online, remote 3 hours 2 months, no interest US $300 US $255 (Students already in a course or workshop get 15% off)

Level up your UI design skills

Gain confidence in Figma design systems

Say goodbye to feeling overwhelmed. See what a UI design system looks like in Figma and get comfortable editing copy.

Get closer to the design process

Work where your designers work. Understand Figma components: how to create them, edit them, and use them to scale designs.

Improve team collaboration

Boost your efficiency and add more value. Learn Figma basics and become less dependent on the rest of your team.

Sign up one person or a whole team

Thursday, May 16

8:00 am to 11:00 am PDT (San Francisco)

10:00 am to 1:00 pm CDT (Chicago)

11:00 am to 2:00 pm EDT (New York)

4:00 pm to 7:00 pm BST (London)

5:00 pm to 8:00 pm CEST (Berlin)

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”It was very practical and helpful. During the session, I saw examples of things to immediately start using in my day-to-day job.”
Mayowa Adeyemi
UX Writer, Ardoq
”I couldn’t find a specific modal I needed. So I built my own. I wouldn’t have known about that functionality without having attended the design systems workshop.”
Heather Crowder
Heather Crowder
Senior Content Designer, GoDaddy
”You’ll enter the workshop Figma shy and leave empowered and without that fear we all felt that the design system will break if you manipulate a component.”
Stefano Romanelli
Senior Content Designer, Glovo

Why take the Mastering Design Systems workshop?

You’ll learn...

  • What UI design systems look like in Figma
  • How to create and edit components
  • How to combine components to create complex elements
  • How to understand component documentation
  • How to use a design system when collaborating with designers
  • The best practices for design system documentation

You’ll leave with...

  • A better understanding of how to use UI design systems to better collaborate with other designers on your team
  • Strategies for using UI design systems to improve content processes
  • Confidence to contribute directly to a design system
  • A better grasp of how to use a design system in Figma

Get to know your instructor

Ayelet Kessel

Ayelet Kessel​

Ayelet is a senior UX writer & mentor at She leads Figma training sessions for UX writers and localization writers at Wix, and loves sharing Figma tips & tricks with the community on LinkedIn. She spends her work life thinking about systems, design tools and UX best practices, and how these can be combined to create the perfect content design process.

Details for your session

Workshop format

The workshop includes 3 hours of instruction, practical exercises, discussions, and examples, all contained in a Figma workspace.

The instructor will provide feedback and answer any questions you might have about anything we covered.

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Interested in training a team of 10 or more? Get in touch. We’d love to help.

If your team is fewer than 10 people, you can sign up for one of the sessions listed. If you’d like to schedule on a specific day and time for a larger team of 10 or more, we can arrange that! Reach out and let us know what you need.

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