When comparing Adobe Fireworks vs Figma, the Slant community recommends Figma for most people. In the question“What are the best high-fidelity website design tools?” Figma is ranked 3rd while Adobe Fireworks is ranked 10th.
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Pro Layer Sharing
Features such as 'Layer Sharing' allows you to quickly update shared components such as headers across multiple pages. Other mockup tools such as Mockingbird will require you to manually propagate changes across all the pages.
Pro JPG compression preview
Offers a side by side comparison of different JPG compressions in real time with magnifier.
Pro Combined Pixel AND Vector editor
Best integration in a graphics editor.
Pro Can be used for the entire life-cycle of the design
From lo-fidelity wireframe, into clickable prototype and then assemble the images for the final hi-fi build as well.
Pro Works in the browser
Pro Allows for real time collaboration
Pro Has all the core functionality you'd expect from something like Sketch
Pro Integrates with Slack
Provides integration with Slack.
Pro Provides a free version
Does not require a paid subscription for use. Can be used freely with a lot of features. The free use allows very limited collaboration.
Pro Live previews for mobile
Mirrors your designs to your phone in realtime.
Con Is being phased out
Adobe is ditching Fireworks. So those nasty bugs will never get fixed.
Con Crashes every once in a while
It is prone to unexpected crashes. Frequent saves are recommended.