Will Figma Go Public?

Figma is a versatile design and prototyping tool, making it possible for teams to collaborate on their projects from anywhere. With a free plan and several premium plans for larger teams, Figma has become an essential part of the creative process for many businesses.

In recent months, rumors have been swirling about whether Figma would go public or not.

The IPO market has been a hot one lately, with some of the biggest names in tech going public. Companies like Airbnb, DoorDash, and Snowflake have all seen huge success after their IPOs.

So it’s no surprise that Figma is being considered as a potential candidate for an IPO as well.

Figma was founded in 2012 and has since become one of the most popular design tools on the market today. It is used by millions of designers, developers, and other creatives around the world to collaborate on projects with ease. The company has raised over $170 million in venture capital funding and is currently valued at $2 billion.

Figma CEO Dylan Field has said that they are not actively pursuing an IPO at this time but that they are open to it if the opportunity arises. He also noted that they would only consider going public if it was beneficial to their customers and employees first and foremost.

The potential benefits of going public include increased visibility for the company and access to more capital for future growth initiatives. An IPO could also give existing investors an exit opportunity if they choose to sell their shares.


It remains unclear whether Figma will go public or not in the near future. While there are certainly potential benefits to such a move, it seems likely that any decision would be made carefully with customer and employee needs in mind first. Until then, Figma’s continued success as one of the most popular design tools on the market today remains unchanged.