- We are using Figma to build out our design system. So far so good.
- we use storybook with our devs to for the live version
- We have lots of image examples that we want to publish in our docs. Right now the process is export, upload to dev site in markdown, publish.
- Live embed is cool, but is limited to only an iframe, and it shows the Viewer UI and wrapper, and is pannable, scrollable.
- Low hanging fruit. Add some parameters on the iframe that renders just the frame, only the frame, and can’t be scrolled or panned.
- Better experience: allow shareable urls that resolve to static PNGs. This could allow for an insane amount of awesome usecases. Example
<img src="https://www.figma.com/file/0BAjGRygmiFO6PetggEw4x?embed_host=share&kind=png&node-id=0%3A3" />.
- If either of these options worked, we would stub out all of the artboards that we need for our live doc site, and have the designers contribute directly from Figma.