Join Brian Wood for an in-depth discussion in this video Import from Sketch, part of Figma for UX Design.
- [Instructor] If you work with Sketch or even…people that work with Sketch or you handle Sketch files,…you can import Sketch files directly into Figma.…You can do it by using the import method…or you can drag and drop a Sketch file directly…into the files area.…Now in this video, you'll import a Sketch file…from the iOS developer website that…has a UI kit that we can use.…So you'll have to download a file off that website.…So let's do that first.…If you open a new tab in your browser,…you can open up developer.apple.com/design/resources…and if you scroll down, you should see that there is…an iOS app UI kit in here…and you can download it for Sketch.…
Now I've already done this but if you click download…you can then either install it, I believe it…has you install it, which is kind of crazy,…but it essentially gives you a folder full of content…that you can work with.…So I've got that folder right here on my desktop,…called iOS 11 Sketch and in there we're going to see…a UI elements and we're going to see something…
- Creating a Figma project
- Importing from Sketch
- Working with frames and shapes
- Adding and formatting text
- Drawing, components, constraints, and versioning
- Creating a prototype
- Previewing your designs on mobile devices
Skill Level Intermediate
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
Using the exercise files2m 1s
1. Set Up a Figma Project
2. Adding Content
5. Collaborating, Sharing, and Exporting
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