Figma is a powerful design platform used to create digital products. It can be used to create user interfaces, icons, illustrations, prototypes, and more.
If you’re a Sketch user, you may find yourself wanting to transfer your designs into Figma. Fortunately, exporting from Sketch to Figma is a relatively simple process.
To export from Sketch to Figma, first open the file that you would like to transfer in the Sketch app. Then click on File in the menu bar and select Export.
In the Export window that appears, select the format you would like your file exported as and click Export. After your file has been exported successfully, open Figma and click on File in the menu bar and select Import. You can then choose the file from where it was saved on your computer.
Once you have imported your design into Figma, all of your layers will be transferred over as Vector Networks. This means that any changes made in Figma will not affect the original document in Sketch. You can also use this method to collaborate with other designers who are using different design programs than you are.
- Make sure that all of your layers are properly named before exporting.
- If you need to make changes to an imported design, do so in Figma rather than in Sketch.
- If needed, export a copy of your design from Sketch before transferring it over to Figma.
With just a few steps you can easily export designs from Sketch into Figma for further collaboration or editing. Keep these tips in mind when transferring files between different design programs for best results.
Exporting from Sketch to Figma is relatively simple and straightforward. All it takes is a few clicks and within minutes you will have transferred over all of your layers successfully.
Keep these tips in mind when transferring files between different design programs for best results so that all of your layers remain intact after transfer. With this knowledge under your belt, transferring designs between programs should be easy breezy!