Transforming Figma Designs into a Flutter App: A Journey

Transforming Figma Designs into a Flutter App: A Journey


Designing a mobile application is an intricate process that begins with a vision. In our case, the vision was a sleek and intuitive cycling application. To bring this vision to life, we embarked on a journey that started in Figma and ended in Flutter, and we're excited to share our experience with you.

Designing in Figma:

We began by crafting the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) in Figma. This stage allowed us to meticulously plan every element of our cycling app, from the onboarding screens to the in-ride statistics display. Figma provided a collaborative platform for our team to iterate and refine the design until it was just right.

Translating to Flutter:

Once our Figma designs were finalized, it was time to make them a reality. Flutter, Google's UI toolkit for building natively compiled applications, was our tool of choice. We started by creating widgets that mirrored our Figma components, ensuring pixel-perfect precision in the transition from design to development.

Challenges and Solutions:

Of course, no journey is without its challenges. We encountered issues with responsiveness, animations, and state management along the way. However, through research, experimentation, and collaboration, we overcame these obstacles and learned valuable lessons that we share in this post.

Open Source Collaboration:

Our project is open source, meaning you can access the codebase on GitHub and even contribute if you'd like. We believe in the power of community-driven development, and we invite developers and designers alike to join us in perfecting our cycling app.


The transformation from Figma designs to a fully functional Flutter app was a rewarding experience. We've not only created a user-friendly cycling application but also enriched our knowledge in design, development, and open-source collaboration.

Explore the Project:

We hope this blog post provides insight into our journey and inspires you in your own design-development endeavors. Thank you for joining us on this ride!