We’re back in San Francisco for Config, Figma’s annual conference “for people who build products”. As always, the company has announced a bunch of new tools and features for Figma itself, including a slew of AI features, and Figma Slides, a brand new tool for creating presentation decks. But perhaps the most daunting announcement for the company came in the form of UI3, the third significant redesign of Figma since the product began.

Designed to offer “a more streamlined and adaptable interface,” UI3 includes resizable panels, optional labels in the properties panel and clearer iconography. And, unsurprisingly given the simultaneous announcement of Figma’s first native AI features, these feature prominently in the new UI. (If you’re just getting started with web design, take a look at our Figma review.)