Figma Hack Night

Figma, one of the widely used design platform opened up to create plugins and widgets. This is a great avenue to explore the intersection of design and code. TinkerHub hosts Saturday hack nights fortn

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The Figma Plugin Hackathon, hosted at TinkerSpace, brought together 18 innovative teams to showcase their creativity and technical prowess. This dynamic event provided a platform for participants to develop and present cutting-edge plugins that enhance the functionality and versatility of the Figma design platform.

During the hackathon, each team had the opportunity to conceptualize, design, and implement their plugins within a limited timeframe. The atmosphere was electric, with participants leveraging their diverse skill sets to tackle real-world design challenges and create solutions that could potentially revolutionize the design process.

The teams exhibited a wide array of plugins that spanned various categories, from automating repetitive tasks to integrating third-party services directly into the Figma ecosystem. These plugins not only demonstrated technical proficiency but also showcased a deep understanding of user needs, emphasizing the importance of user-centered design in plugin development.

The event also fostered a spirit of collaboration and learning, as participants shared insights, exchanged ideas, and provided feedback to one another. Expert mentors and judges from the design and development industries offered valuable guidance, ensuring that the plugins were not only innovative but also feasible and well-executed.

At the conclusion of the hackathon, each team presented their plugins to a panel of judges, highlighting their features, benefits, and potential impact on the design community. The judges evaluated the submissions based on factors such as creativity, functionality, usability, and potential scalability.

In the end, the Figma Plugin Hackathon at TinkerSpace succeeded in bringing together a community of passionate designers and developers who pushed the boundaries of what is possible within the Figma ecosystem. The event not only celebrated innovation but also underscored the collaborative spirit of the design and tech communities, leaving a lasting impression on all participants and inspiring future developments in the field of design tool integration.

Moosa Mehar MP

Hey, Mehar here from TinkerHub team. I'm one of the co-founders of TinkerHub and currently works full time at TinkerHub as CEO. Reach me at

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