From Figma to Webflow: turning your static designs into interactive websites

From Figma to Webflow: turning your static designs into interactive websites

Figma has gone from new player to design industry all star in no time. But like most design tools, it stops short at the prototyping phase. In this post, we’ll show you how to keep the magic going by turning your designs into fully functional websites with Webflow.

Getting started

So you’ve created an awesome design in Figma, or have been given one from a designer, and now it’s your job to build it out in Webflow. If this transition is new to you, fear not: Figma’s very similar to design tools like Sketch, but there’s a few features that will help you get up and running quickly.

For demonstration purposes, I’ve used the awesome Hopper.com designs that the team over at Narative Co open sourced. The site is vibrant, fun, and has some great interactions.

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