Last Updated: March 7, 2023
Our vision is to make design accessible to all. To advance this, we’ve developed the Figma Community to enable people around the world to share and discover creative work. Please help us build a high-quality, inclusive community by following these Community Guidelines and reporting any violations.
By using the Community, you agree to these Community Guidelines. This is a living document and will change over time. You can see when these Community Guidelines were last revised by referring to the “Last Updated” legend above.
These guidelines do not cover every possible scenario and are designed to offer general guidance on how to use the Figma Community. Figma reserves the right to remove content or take other restrictive actions at any time.
I will respect the intellectual property rights of others
The Figma Community is a place to share your own work with other Figma users. Please don’t post anything you do not have the right to post.
Learn more about our Copyright and Intellectual Property policy.
I will not post inappropriate content or spam
We are building a welcoming and inclusive community. We don’t allow any type of abusive content or behavior, including spam in the Community.
I will not violate others’ privacy
We want everyone to feel safe and comfortable participating in the Figma Community. Please ensure that your published content does not contain someone else’s personal information.
Learn more about our Acceptable Use Policy.
I will give credit for inspiration
Guidelines for republishing and remixing resources differ between free and paid resources.
Free resources: Do not duplicate another user’s work and republish to the Community without meaningful modification or alteration.
Learn more about our Acceptable Use Policy
Paid resources: Remixing or republishing paid resources is prohibited.
See the Community Paid License for more details.
I will comply with Figma’s Trademark Guidelines
You may use the Figma name, logo, and wordmarks in your design file, plugin, widget, or other Figma Community resource if you comply with Figma’s Trademark Guidelines.
Report a violation
Help us keep the Figma Community strong and protect our users’ integrity and safety.
You are an important part of the Figma Community. If you see something you think may violate our guidelines, help us by reporting the resource.
When you complete the report, provide as much information as possible - such as links, usernames, and descriptions of the content - so we can review it quickly. We may remove entire posts if either the imagery or associated captions violate our guidelines.
Many disputes and misunderstandings can be resolved directly between Figma users. If one of your creations was posted by someone else, try contacting the violator directly and ask for the content to be taken down. If that doesn’t work, file a copyright report.
We may work with law enforcement, including when we believe there is a risk of physical harm or threat to public safety.
Appeals: If you have any questions about the Community Guidelines, or believe that your listing was removed incorrectly, contact us at email@example.com.