Figma Libraries are a great way to store and access all your design resources such as colors, fonts, images, and more. They are an excellent way to keep your design process organized and efficient. It’s easy to access Figma Libraries either from the desktop app or from the web-based version.
Desktop App: To access Figma Libraries in the desktop app, first open Figma and then click on “Libraries” in the top navigation bar. From there, you can browse through all the available libraries or search for specific libraries by name. You can also create a new library if you don’t find what you’re looking for.
Web-Based Version: To access Figma Libraries in the web-based version, first go to figma.com and log into your account. Then click on the “Libraries” tab in the top navigation bar.
You will see a list of all the libraries that are available to you including any private libraries that belong to you or any teams that you belong to. You can then browse through all of them or search for specific libraries by name.
Sharing & Collaborating: One of the great things about Figma Libraries is that they can be shared with other designers so they have access to all your design resources as well. To do this, simply click on “Share” next to any library and enter in the email address of someone who should have access to it. They will then be able to view and use any of the resources from that library.
Figma Libraries are an excellent way to store and access all your design resources quickly and easily. With just a few clicks, you can find whatever you need whether it be from a desktop app or web-based version. Plus with easy sharing capabilities, it’s great for collaborating with others too!
Conclusion: Accessing Figma Libraries is quick and simple! All you need is either the desktop app or web-based version of Figma, then just click on ‘Libraries’ in the top navigation bar and start browsing! You can also share libraries with other designers by clicking on ‘Share’ next to any library.