Figma, a San Francisco, CA-based collaborative interface design platform, raised $40m in Series C funding.
The round was led by Sequoia Capital, with participation from Coatue, Founders Fund, Jeff Weiner (CEO of LinkedIn), Mike Krieger (Co-founder Instagram), Andrew Wilson (CEO of EA) and Dan Rose (VP Partnerships at Facebook) and existing investors Index, Greylock and KPCB.
The company intends to use the funds to invest in its organization as well as make improvements in the platform.
Led by Dylan Field, CEO & Co-founder, Figma provides a platform for individuals and small teams to design, prototype, and collaborate all in the browser. It allows users to collaborate with everyone, at every phase. Each contributor owns their part of the creative process and stays in sync along the way—across any platform.
Brands using the platform include Slack, Twitter, Uber, Zoom, Deliveroo, NY Times, Github, Class Pass, Dropbox, Square, Walgreens and Microsoft.