How Do I Install a Map in Figma?

Installing a map in Figma is a great way to make a presentation or project more visually appealing. It allows you to incorporate geographical elements into your design without having to manually draw them out. The process of installation is relatively simple, and can be completed within a few minutes.

The first step is to find the map you wish to install. There are several options available online, from official government maps to custom-made illustrations. Once you have decided on the map you want, download it as an image file – preferably in SVG format for better quality.

Once the file has been downloaded, open it in Figma. Go to the “Insert” menu and select “Image”.

Then upload the map into Figma. You should now see it appear on your canvas.

Now you can begin customizing your map. You can resize it by dragging the edges with your mouse, or change its orientation by selecting “Rotate” from the menu bar. You can also use the “Colors” tab to customize the colors of individual elements within the map.

If you want to add text or other elements on top of your map, use the “Layers” tab and select “Add Layer”.

Finally, when you are happy with your design, save it as a PNG or SVG file for easy sharing and printing. You can also share your creation directly from Figma by clicking on “Share” in the upper right corner.


Installing a map in Figma is an easy and efficient way of making presentations and projects more visually appealing. By downloading an image file of your chosen map and uploading it into Figma, you can easily resize, rotate and customize its colors as per your requirements. Additionally, adding text and other elements on top of the map is also possible with just a few clicks of a button.