Filipino Figma Friends come together to talk about Variants. No— we don’t mean /that/ variant— we’re talking about Designer Variants! Designers who work in startups, in corporate, in agencies, and as freelancers will gather ‘round and have a chill conversation on what it’s like to work in their work setting their day-to-day design processes, and—of course— how Figma comes into play!
About this event
This #FigmaFriday we’re gathering Filipino Figma Friends to talk about Variants! No— we don’t mean /that/ variant— we’re talking about Designer Variants! Designers who work in startups, in corporate, in agencies, and as freelancers. We’ll gather ‘round and have a chill conversation on what it’s like to work in their work setting and talk about the day-to-day design processes, the ups and downs, and—of course— how Figma comes into play!
Angela Salud Chua
Founder, Toffeenut Design Studio
Angela is the founder of Toffeenut Design Studio, helping startups with their digital products, including a prop tech company where she's been the design lead since 2008. Also building Noteshelf on the side.
Lead Product Designer, Makisu
Richard is a community builder and designer currently working at a San Francisco-based startup called Makisu, where he leads the UI and UX design for all of their products. In the past, he has done design work for edtech and AI startups.
UX Designer, Summit Media
Stella is a designer by trade and storyteller at heart. She is currently a UX Designer at Summit Media and a fellow at UXPH, areas where she advocates her passions in building design cultures and community. If she's not fixing her portfolio, she's either reading or playing tennis!
UX Design Director, Dentsu
Monica Soliman is a UX Design Director at Dentsu Jayme Syfu with a background in advertising that spans over 8 years. She leads the design direction for digital products and creative innovations to deliver an end-to-end user experience for brands such as Meralco, Smart, Ajinomoto, and Maxicare.
Senior Product Designer, AcadArena
🚸 Code of Conduct
The Figma community is welcoming and inclusive to all. Harassment of any kind is not allowed. By participating in this event, you are agreeing to the Figma Code of Conduct outlined here: figma.com/code-of-conduct
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