How Do I Export a Framer to Figma?

Exporting a Framer prototype to Figma is an excellent way to create an interactive prototype that can be shared with others for feedback. Fortunately, exporting from Framer to Figma is quite simple and straightforward.

With just a few clicks, you can quickly export your Framer prototypes into a Figma file.

The first step in exporting your work from Framer to Figma is to open the project you wish to export in the Framer editor. Once the project is open, select the “Export” option from the top menu bar. You will then be presented with three options: “Export as Figma File”, “Export as PNG”, and “Export as SVG”.

If you are looking to export your prototype as a Figma file, choose the first option. This will generate a ZIP file containing all of your design components, which can then be opened in the Figma editor.

Once you have opened the ZIP file in Figma, all of your layers and components will become available for editing and customization within Figma. Additionally, any interactions that were created within Framer can be re-created in Figma using its animation tools.

It is important to note that not all of the features from Framer will be exported into the Figma file. For example, any components or layers using dynamic data will be lost during the export process. However, this does not mean that all interactions need to be re-created from scratch. Many interactions can be easily replicated using some of Figmas built-in features.

Exporting a Framer prototype into a Figma file is an easy way to share your design with others without having them use a different tool or platform. With just a few clicks, you can quickly move your work into the popular design platform and re-create any interactions or animations needed.


Exporting from Framer to Figma is an easy and efficient way to share prototypes with others while preserving their interactivity and animations. With just a few clicks of your mouse, you can quickly move your work into the popular design platform for further customization and collaboration.