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Case Study - Agile Impacts

Β· 3 min read
Stephen Alvin
Co-Founder, FireJet


Learn how Gorka Llona, CTO of Agile Impact, and a software engineer with 20+ of years experience, leverages FireJet's capabilities to accelerate his company's design-to-code workflow

πŸ‘‹ Introduction​

FireJet is a Figma to code tool that converts Figma designs into frontend code with one click. This saves frontend developers weeks to months of manually coding out Figma designs.

πŸ€– Agile Impacts​

Agile Impacts is an industry leader in impact measurement software, enabling companies to showcase their social and environmental impact. Their platform offers tools to create impact indicators, align with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and generate detailed impact reports.

They serve impact investing funds, consultants, and startups, helping them streamline the impact assessment process, improve client engagement, and consolidate portfolio indicators. Agile Impacts aims to simplify impact measurement, making it accessible and efficient for businesses to demonstrate their contributions to stakeholders and investors.

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🧠 Challenges​

Manual Coding Overheads
Gorka's development team spent weeks to months manually converting Figma designs into frontend code, slowing down project timelines.

Consistency Issues
Ensuring consistent quality and structure in the generated code was difficult, especially for complex designs with various components.

Folder Structure Adaptation
Svelte/Kit's unique folder structure requirements added an additional layer of complexity, necessitating custom adjustments after code generation.

❀️ How FireJet Helped​

Using FireJet, Gorka was able to:

Reduce Development Time
The tool significantly cut down the time required to translate Figma designs into code, allowing the team to focus on more critical development tasks.

Improve Code Quality
FireJet generated clean, maintainable Svelte code, ensuring a consistent and professional standard across all projects. Adapt to Svelte/Kit

Despite initial folder structure discrepancies, the team found efficient ways to integrate FireJet's output into their Svelte/Kit projects. They also developed Python scripts to automate some of the conversion processes, further enhancing efficiency.

We have decided to continue using FireJet. In the coming months, we will be translating our Figma designs into Svelte + Svelte/Kit code, and we have found that FireJet is the best Figma plugin for this job. The Svelte code is good quality. We are long-term customers.

Gorka Llona, CTO, Agile Impacts

πŸ“ Conclusion​

The integration of FireJet into Agile Impacts' workflow resulted in substantial improvements in productivity and code quality. The team could now handle larger volumes of design translations without compromising on timelines or standards.

FireJet has proven to be an invaluable asset for Agile Impacts, transforming their design-to-code process and enabling them to deliver high-quality frontend code swiftly. As they continue to leverage FireJet for future projects, Agile Impacts is poised to maintain its edge in the impact measurement software industry.

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