Great for discussing and reviewing wireframes
November 04, 2022

Great for discussing and reviewing wireframes

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

FigJam Professional

Overall Satisfaction with FigJam

We use it to sketch workflows of information, as well as wireframes for our UX
  • Workflows
  • Wireframes
  • UI
  • UX
  • It misses easy-to-use pre sets of diagrams. The ones presented seem to be not native and hard to use. Miro is a good benchmark.
  • Navegating throught projects in the main page is confusing, specially when people are not admin users.
  • It should suggest ways of organizing the pages designers do, specially when the project is big and have many pages and sections.
  • It could have, for example, a draft version for every page, so that one can hide it when they finish the work, but can open it whenever something needs to be modified, versioning the job.
  • the wireframes with post-its and arrows
  • the pre-sets of diagrams, although limited
  • the comments
  • the calling feature
  • It helps us conduct design tests faster, saving designers time specially because its easy to interact with FigJam
  • It helps discuss ideas faster
  • It helps us share ideas with partners more effectively
Positive: FigJam is cheaper than Miro and allows connecting with FigJam, where we design our user interfaces. FigJam is more complete and visually appealing than, although is free. FigJam allows calls, which both competitors do not. Negative: Miro has more pre-set diagrams than FigJam and they are native and easy to use FigJam is paid, while is not.

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It is well suited when people use it to sketch the first wireframes of the UX, like the Breadboarding technique from Basecamp. I used to work like that when modifying some UX. Our designers used to sketch over our current experience wireframe, and then we could discuss it by using the comments in Figjam or the Call feature at FigJam. That made it easy to discuss it. When building up group boards to discuss ideas, I use Miro, once it has more native pre-sets that help conducts the discussion.