How Do I Import a Figma Into a Maze?

Maze is an online platform that allows users to create and share interactive prototypes quickly and easily. It can be used in conjunction with Figma, a powerful vector graphics editor, to create dynamic visual elements for web and mobile applications.

With Maze, users can link multiple screens together, animate objects and transitions, add interactions and events, and much more. In this article, we will discuss how to import a Figma file into Maze.

Step 1: The first step is to create your design in Figma. You can use a template or start from scratch by creating shapes, text elements, images, buttons, etc. Make sure all of your elements are clearly named so they are easy to find when you are ready to import them into Maze.

Step 2: Once your design is complete, select the entire canvas or a single element from the layers panel on the right-hand side of the Figma window. Then click on the “Share” button at the top right of the canvas and choose “Export” from the dropdown menu. This will open up a dialogue box where you can select which elements you want to export as well as change their file type if needed (PNG or SVG).

Step 3: When you have chosen what elements you want to export from Figma, click “Export” at the bottom of the dialogue box. This will generate a zip file containing all of your exported assets that need to be imported into Maze.

Step 4: To import these assets into Maze open up your project in Maze and click “Import” in the top left corner of your screen. This will open up another dialogue box where you can drag and drop your zip file containing all of your exported assets from Figma. Once uploaded they will appear in a list in order for you to preview each asset before adding them into your project as layers or components.


In conclusion, importing a Figma file into Maze is relatively easy with just a few steps involved. First create your design within Figma then export it as either PNG or SVG files using their export feature before finally dragging them into Maze’s import dialogue box where they can be added as layers or components within your project.