Design tools from the future



Diagram is an AI-powered design tool that helps users with various design tasks such as generating icons, renaming layers, and creating mockups. It integrates with Figma, a popular design software, to offer these functionalities. Diagram also offers pre-made design elements such as stars and planets. Users can search for these elements and add them to their designs.

Core Features

  1. Magic Rename: This feature intelligently names layers in Figma to save designers time.

  2. Magic Copy: This feature writes, edits, and rewrites Figma text layers, allowing designers to use real copy in their designs.

  3. Generate SVG icons: This feature generates infinitely scalable SVG icons for any purpose.

Use Cases

  1. A graphic designer uses Magic Rename to quickly and consistently name layers in a complex Figma document, saving them time and ensuring consistency.

  2. A UX/UI designer uses Magic Copy to write placeholder text for a user interface prototype in Figma, making it appear more realistic and user-friendly during testing.

  3. A social media manager uses Diagram to generate unique and eye-catching SVG icons for use in their social media posts, grabbing attention and enhancing their brand identity.

  4. A marketing team uses Diagram to create mockups of their upcoming marketing campaign landing page in Figma, visualizing and iterating on the design before development begins.

  5. A product manager collaborates with a designer using Figma and Diagram to define the user interface (UI) elements for their new mobile app, ensuring clarity and functionality.

  6. A web developer references a Diagram-generated mockup during the development process, ensuring the final website adheres to the intended design and user flow.

  7. A content creator uses Diagram to quickly generate star and planet icons to illustrate their blog post about astronomy, adding visual interest and engaging their audience.

  8. A student uses Diagram to create a mind map in Figma to organize their notes and study plan for an upcoming exam, helping them visualize and solidify their understanding of the material.

  9. A teacher uses Diagram to create an interactive flowchart in Figma to explain a complex scientific concept to their students, making the learning process more engaging and visually appealing.

  10. A business owner uses Diagram to create a presentation in Figma to pitch their new product to potential investors, using the tool's design elements and functionalities to deliver a compelling and visually impactful pitch.

Pros & Cons


  • Saves time: Features like Magic Rename & Copy streamline Figma workflows.

  • Enhances design: Generates icons, offers pre-made elements, and integrates with Figma.

  • Improves communication: Collaboratively design with others using Figma integration.

  • Increases efficiency: Automates repetitive tasks and generates content.

  • Boosts creativity: Provides tools for exploring and expressing design ideas.

  • Offers customizability: Adjust generated elements and personalize designs.

  • Accessible to various users: Caterers to designers, marketers, educators, and more.

  • Supports different design needs: Offers features for mockups, presentations, and prototypes.

  • Potentially cost-effective: May replace the need for separate design tools.

  • Integrates with popular software: Seamlessly works with Figma, a well-known design tool.


  • Limited functionalities: May not offer the full range of features found in dedicated design software.

  • Reliance on AI: Outputs may require adjustments and may not always meet specific needs.

  • Learning curve: Requires users to learn the tool and its functionalities.

  • Potential for errors: AI-generated content might require manual correction.

  • Limited control over generated content: Users might have less control compared to manual creation.

  • Subscription model: May incur ongoing costs, not a one-time purchase.

  • Security concerns: Sharing designs through Figma integrations might require security considerations.

  • Overdependence on automation: Overreliance on AI features might hinder creativity.

  • Ethical considerations: AI-generated designs might raise concerns about originality and ownership.

  • Limited accessibility: May not be accessible to users with disabilities or limited internet access.