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If you ever require a license to one of the following tools (where applicable), then please read our licensing section in order to attain one.
Figma is used to construct mid- and high-fidelity designs. We have two primary working documents for design iterations:
Underlying each of these Figma files is a standardised component library, which coincides with FlowFuse's
Figjam, a sister-product of Figma, is a cloud-hosted white boarding tool that enables remote, digital collaboration.
Any in-person whiteboard discussions should have a documented digital copy. Additionally, FigJam can be used to host and run digital workshops.
For visual design elements of the user interface and public-facing material, we predominantly use Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects.
Illustrator provides us tooling to create high-quality, static SVG assets to supplement the user experience on both the website and the FlowFuse platform.
After Effects enables the generation of animated SVG elements. In particular, we work with Lottie Files for injection into both our website and FlowFuse platform.
Other tools included in the Creative Cloud suite that may be useful include:
Photoshop can be used for raster image and photo-editing.
Premiere Pro is an excellent video-editing software.
Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset. It can be used to create static renders of 3d assets, or entire 2d & 3d animations.