The page begins with a large heading that reads "Figma vs Sketch". This heading is followed by a subheading that reads "Which Design Tool is Right for You?".
Below the subheading, there is an introductory section that includes an image of both Figma and Sketch interfaces side by side. The introduction provides a brief overview of what each tool does and why they are popular among designers.
3. Comparison Table:
The next section of the page is a detailed comparison table that compares Figma and Sketch on various parameters side by side. These include design collaboration, pricing, prototyping, platform compatibility, and a few others.
4. Feature Comparison:
After the comparison table, there is a detailed feature comparison of both Figma and Sketch, starting with Figma. Each feature is listed with a brief explanation of what it is and how it works.
Following the feature comparison is a section that includes testimonials from real designers who have used both Figma and Sketch. Each testimonial includes a photo of the designer, their name, and a quote about their experience using one or both of the tools.
The page concludes with a call to action section that encourages users to sign up for the platform, along with a list of popular features of both Figma and Sketch.
The page ends with a footer that includes links to various other pages on the Figma website, including the blog, community, and support pages.