Figma suspends sales in Russia


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Figma online service suspends sales in Russia and freezes corporate Russian accounts. This was announced by co-founder and CEO of Figma, Dylan Field, in an official letter on the platform.

The co-founder said: «Putin’s war with Ukraine is an attack on democratic values, which are the basis of Figma’s vision of making design accessible to all. We are blessed with the incredible diversity and international composition of our Figma team, and see very clearly the pain that the Ukrainian community is experiencing».


In addition, the platform contributes to organizations that support Ukrainian refugees and humanitarian aid.


As previously reported, the day before, Ukrainian illustrators called on the Behance and Figma platforms to block access to Russian users.


We would like to remind that educational platforms, including Coursera and EdX, have stopped working with Russia, as well as an online platform for improving the quality of English Grammarly text and a service for learning Duolingo languages. The online platform to support artists with Patreon subscriptions has temporarily abolished the usage fee for Ukrainians.


Adobe Systems also stopped selling in Russia earlier. Companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Mastercard and others have also left the Russian market.