How Do You Use Unsplash in Figma?

Using Unsplash in Figma

Unsplash is a popular image library and resource for creatives. It has been used by designers, artists, photographers, and marketers to search for, license and use images in their projects.

With the integration of Unsplash with Figma, users are now able to easily access the Unsplash library directly within Figma. This allows users to quickly find high-quality images for their project without having to leave the Figma interface.

To use Unsplash in Figma, all you need to do is open up your project and click on the “Libraries” tab in the left-hand sidebar. Once you’re there, click on “Add Library” and select “Unsplash” from the list of options. This will open up the Unsplash library in a separate side panel where you can browse through all of their available images.

When you have found an image that you like, simply select it and drag it into your project canvas. You can then edit it like any other asset within Figma using its vector tools or by adding text or effects. You can also choose to upload an image from your own computer as well if you prefer.

Once your image is ready, you can export it as a PNG or JPG file or save it as an SVG file if that’s what you require. You can also copy and paste it directly into other applications such as Photoshop or Illustrator if needed.

Using Unsplash in Figma is a great way to quickly find high-quality images for your projects without having to leave the design environment. It removes the need to have multiple tabs open when searching for images and makes it easy for users to find what they need quickly and efficiently.

Conclusion: Using Unsplash in Figma makes finding high-quality images easier than ever before – just open up your project in Figma, click on ‘Libraries’ > ‘Add Library’ > ‘Unsplash’ > drag an image into your canvas > edit > export/copy/paste as needed!