InVision and Figma have become two of the leading platforms for product design and prototyping. With their powerful features, they have been popular choices for those looking to create stunning visuals for their products. But one question that often comes up is whether you can export InVision designs to Figma.
The answer is yes, you can. InVision allows you to export your designs in both SVG and PDF formats.
When exporting with SVG, you will get a code-based version of your design along with assets and layers that are easily compatible with Figma. And with PDFs, you will get a rasterized version of your designs, which can be imported into Figma as well.
Exporting from InVision to Figma is fairly straightforward. All you need to do is go to the share tab on your InVision design board and select “Export” from the drop-down menu. You can then select either SVG or PDF format for your files and click “Export” again.
Once your files are exported, simply open up Figma and go to File > Import > Vector or Image (depending on which format you selected). You’ll then be prompted to select the file from where it was exported from InVision, choose it and click “Open”.
And that’s it! Your design should now be imported into Figma ready for editing. All of the layers and assets should be intact, allowing you to make any changes as necessary.
In summary, yes it is possible to export InVision designs directly into Figma via either an SVG or PDF file format. The process is fairly straightforward and once imported into Figma all of the layers should remain intact allowing further editing if needed.