Figma is a powerful tool for designers, allowing them to create and collaborate on vector graphics, prototypes, and designs. It’s an incredibly useful tool for creating logos, illustrations, user interfaces, and other design elements. But what kind of file types does Figma accept?
Figma supports a wide range of file types including SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), PDF (Portable Document Format), AI (Adobe Illustrator), EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), DXF (Drawing Exchange Format) and PSD (Photoshop Document). However, it’s important to note that while you can import certain file types into Figma, they won’t be editable in the same way as vector files. For example, you can import an AI file into Figma but you won’t be able to freely make changes to the design elements within it.
In addition to these traditional design files, Figma also supports the import of images such as PNGs and JPGs.
This allows you to easily incorporate photos or screenshots into your designs without having to recreate them from scratch in Figma. You can also easily upload bitmap images as part of your design.
In addition to these common file types, Figma also supports importing various Sketch documents. This allows designers who are transitioning from Sketch to Figma the ability to bring their existing work into the new platform.
Figma is a powerful tool for designers that supports a wide range of file types including SVG, PDF, AI, EPS, DXF and PSD as well as supporting the import of images such as PNGs and JPGs. It also supports importing Sketch documents which makes transitioning from Sketch to Figma simpler.