Designers are making the switch from Sketch to Figma. Import a Sketch file and start designing on the Web today.
Using Sketch means you have to use InVision, Abstract, or Zeplin too. Figma is all-in-one.
Not on a Mac? Tired of version updates? With Figma, everything just works seamlessly on the Web.
Figma lets you share design files and collaborate in real-time. That’s not possible with a desktop app like Sketch.
Figma is built for your entire product design workflow. Create and collaborate on a design file. Prototype interactions. Share a link to your file or prototype. Gather feedback via comments. And grab all the code snippets and specs you need for development.
Backed by a powerful 2D WebGL rendering engine that supports very large documents, we take performance seriously. Plus the Web comes with special powers, like real-time updates and seamless collaboration.
Your favorite Sketch plugin is probably a Figma plugin, too. You can search and install a plugin from within Figma. No more hunting for plugins on the www. Plus, Figma plugins are always up-to-date and never break (because we are in the cloud).
It sounds scary at first, but you can choose how collaborative you want to be. Just like Google Docs, files are private unless you choose to share with others. Sharing Figma files gets you instant feedback via comments directly in your design, so that means no more exporting PDFs and consolidating feedback.
We get it. Migration is a pain. That’s why we’ve built a feature that enables you to import Sketch files into your Figma account. The importer keeps your layers intact and even brings over your symbols as components.
Making the switch from Sketch is easy. Start a free Figma account, import a Sketch file, and give it a test drive.