Figma is a powerful design tool that helps designers create amazing visuals. It is a vector-based design tool which makes it easy to create and edit graphics.
With Figma, you can create illustrations, logos, icons, and more. It also offers a wide range of features for sharing and collaborating with others. One of the great features of Figma is its compatibility with different file types.
What Files Can Figma Use?
Figma supports a wide variety of file formats for importing and exporting designs. It can open files in the following formats: SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), EPS (Encapsulated PostScript), PDF (Portable Document Format), PSD (Photoshop Document), AI (Adobe Illustrator) and SKETCH (Sketch File). It also supports JPG and PNG images.
In terms of exporting, you can export your designs as PNG, JPG, SVG, PDF or JSON format. Additionally, you can also generate HTML code from your designs if needed.
Figma supports a wide range of file types for importing and exporting designs. You can import files in SVG, EPS, PDF, PSD, AI and SKETCH formats as well as JPG and PNG images. For exporting your designs you can choose from PNG, JPG, SVG, PDF or JSON format as well as generating HTML code from your designs.