How Do You Convert Figma to Flutter?

Figma is a popular design and prototyping tool used by designers and developers to create high-fidelity designs quickly. It is a powerful tool used to create complex user interfaces, animations, and interactions. On the other hand, Flutter is an open-source UI development kit created by Google for building natively compiled mobile applications for both iOS and Android platforms.

Figma to Flutter conversion can be done using the Figma to Flutter plugin. This plugin is used to export Figma designs into native Flutter code. The exported code can then be edited in an IDE such as Android Studio or Visual Studio Code.

The first step of the conversion process is to install the plugin. Once installed, users can open a Figma design file in the plugin window.

From there, users can select which components they want to export into Flutter code. After selecting the components, users can click on “Export” button at the top right corner of the plugin window.

Once exported, users will get a zip file containing all the necessary files required for building Flutter applications from Figma designs. This contains all the necessary Dart files required for creating widgets, layouts, and styles that match the design in Figma.

The next step is to create a new Flutter project:

In order to use these files in a Flutter app, users must first create a new project in either Android Studio or Visual Studio Code. Once a project has been created, users need to copy all of the files from their zip folder into their newly created project folder.


After copying all of the necessary files over, users are now ready to begin coding their application using their newly converted Figma design as reference. Users can use this reference as inspiration for styling their application with colors, fonts and other elements that match their original design.


Converting Figma designs into native Flutter code is made possible through the use of specialized plugins like Figma-to-Flutter. With this plugin installed, designers and developers can easily export their designs into working code which they can then use in creating beautiful mobile applications with minimal effort.