How Do I Download Figma on Ubuntu?

Figma is a popular vector graphics editor and prototyping tool that has become the go-to choice for many designers. It is available on Windows and Mac, but what if you’re using Ubuntu?

Fortunately, there is a way to download and install Figma on Ubuntu.

Step 1: Install Snap

Snap is an Ubuntu package manager that allows you to easily install applications from the Snap store. To install Snap, open up a terminal window and enter the following command:
sudo apt update && sudo apt install snapd

Step 2: Install Figma

Once snap is installed, you can easily install Figma by entering the following command in your terminal window:
sudo snap install figma-linux

Step 3: Run Figma

Once Figma has been installed, you can launch it by typing “Figma” into the search box. You can also launch it from the terminal by entering “snap run figma-linux”.

Installing Figma on Ubuntu requires first installing Snap, which allows you to access applications from the Snap store. After that, it’s just a matter of typing in two commands in your terminal window – one to install snap, and one to install Figma. Once installed, you can launch it from your search box or from the terminal window.