When designing on Figma, Sketch, or Adobe XD, it is important to keep in mind that Webflow builds responsive websites, whereas the former design tools have fixed widths. This means that designs created on Figma, Sketch, or Adobe XD may not look the same on Webflow as they do in the design tool.
Another factor that can contribute to design discrepancies is the difference in color profiles between the design tool and Webflow. It is important to ensure that the color profiles are consistent across both platforms to avoid any color variations.
Lastly, the unit used on the site can also be a factor in design inconsistencies. While Figma, Sketch, and Adobe XD use pixels (PX) as the primary unit of measurement, Webflow uses the relative unit of measurement known as REM. This difference in unit measurement can cause designs to appear different on Webflow than they do on the design tool.
Therefore, it is important to keep these factors in mind when designing on Figma, Sketch, or Adobe XD to ensure that the design translates accurately to Webflow.