To Speed up Layout Work
This plugin in Figma works similarly to Photoshop actions. Automator allows you to record a sequence of actions, save it, and run it when necessary.
In the Automator window, you can build a sequence that will be played back later. From a large list of actions, the user selects the desired ones and sets their characteristics.
For example, for the Create Frame action, you can set its size, location on the canvas, and fill parameters. Dozens of actions are available, including various options for working with components and customizing animation for the prototype.
Automator has a community where people share ready-made automations; you can find them on a related site or directly in the plugin interface. The latter option is more convenient because it allows you to launch automations with one click.
This plugin in Figma generates icons of different sizes and thicknesses. The plugin has no interface, and you can’t select the parameters yourself; it makes three new icon variants by itself. In most cases, that’s enough.
After launching the plugin, you need to select the icon component. After a few seconds, the plugin will produce variants with different sizes and thicknesses.
This neural network generates backgrounds for product cards. You can choose a product image from the library on the site or upload your photo. The tool will offer to remove the background, and then choose a style and generate a unique one.
The neural network copes well with color correction and reflections; the product doesn’t look “cut out” in the background but organically fits into the environment. If you don’t like the generation, you can run it again or replace the product photo. The editor also has decorative drawn elements that can be inserted on the product card.
This stock stores content from neural networks, including photos, videos, 3D images, and icons. During the search, you can look for what you need among ready-made images and generate your own on request. This way, you can get a unique photorealistic picture from a neural network or 3D image.
With 3D objects, the results are not as impressive, but they can be used as a source material for further refinement. The generated models can be downloaded for free in .glb format and opened in a 3D editor.
You can also browse through the search engine and choose a model among the ready-made ones — there are high-quality variants.
For Organizational Tasks
This multifunctional tool helps you cope with organizational moments in your work.
For example, in Notion, you can create a board with tasks, keep a table with necessary information, and make notes. In the tool, you can track your work tasks, compile a knowledge base of necessary projects, record materials for self-education, write down ideas for the future, or keep accounting if you are a freelancer.
This app helps you stay focused on your work. Here, you can choose an activity and set a timer. As long as you don’t touch your smartphone for the selected time, you’ll have a virtual tree growing in the app. Over time, you’ll be able to collect an entire forest. If you get distracted by other apps or start playing at IviBet on your smartphone, however, the tree will die. So with gamification, the app helps you stay focused.
Besides the app, there is a browser extension, but it works a little differently. The user specifies forbidden sites, such as social networks, and if you try to access them during work, the tree will “die.”
A plugin for creating a list of tasks. While working, it will always be at hand and will help you remember everything. And completed items can be marked, and they will be moved to the bottom of the window to the Completed list. The plugin is convenient for planning your work or making edits to layouts.