Last Updated: July 26, 2022
Before you Start
Who can use this feature
You can join the Figma Community on any Figma plan
Members of the Figma Community can reserve a Profile Handle
Members of the Figma Community can Publish Files
Our vision is to make design accessible to all. To help advance this, we’ve developed the Figma Community to enable people from around the world to share and discover creative work. Please help us build a high-quality, inclusive community by ensuring your work follows these Community Guidelines and reporting any violations.
By publishing resources, you agree to these Community Guidelines, as well as our existing terms of service. We’re committed to these Community Guidelines, and we hope you are too. 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. Your continued use of the Figma Community will indicate your acceptance of the changes.
Figma reserves the right to remove a resource at any time. Overstepping any of the following boundaries may result in removed content, disabled accounts, or other restrictions.
Appeals: If you have any questions about the Community Guidelines - or believe that your listing was removed incorrectly - please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will respect the intellectual property rights of others
The Figma Community is a place to share your own work with other Figma users.
- As always, you retain your ownership rights in the content you post on the Figma Community
- We believe that allowing others to use work with attribution can be an effective marketing tool for publishers. All work will be published and available to the community under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0).
- When using work from the Figma Community, please follow the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0) license.
- Please do not upload other people's work to your own profile or create confusion about who originally authored any work. (See Section 7 too!)
- Please respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not post anything that you don’t have the rights to post.
- Please visit Figma’s copyright and IP policy for more information about this topic.
I will not post inappropriate content
We are building a welcoming and inclusive community. Figma retains full discretion to remove any content that is not appropriate.
We don’t allow any of the following in the community:
- Pornography or sexually explicit or obscene material
- Depictions of minors in a sexual manner
- Hate speech or highly offensive language
- Harassment or threats
- Graphic violence
- Illegal activities or goods or promotion of illegal activities or goods
- Self-harm or the promotion of self-harm
- Promotion of terrorism or violent extremism
If you notice any content that violates the above guidelines, please report it to us at email@example.com
I will not post spam
Please do not use the ability to create a profile or publish content to spam Figma users. This Figma Community is meant to be a platform for Figma users to learn and share ideas and resources with one another. Content that we deem spammy will be removed.
- Do not post advertisements; and
- Do not link to spammy websites
I will not violate someone’s 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.
Please do not post content that has someone else’s:
- Phone number
- Private email addresses
- Physical addresses
- Credit card/social security info
I will give credit for inspiration
Creating work inspired by someone or something else is natural and expected. Please make sure to give credit when posting content that is inspired by another member’s work. And please remember, attribution is a requirement of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license ( CC BY 4.0), which governs the work made available through the Figma Community.
If you believe your work has been posted to the Figma Community without your consent, please review our copyright and IP policy.
I will not impersonate someone else
The community allows you to create a profile and establish your identity as a creator. To maintain trust and authenticity, we will disable accounts that attempt to impersonate another person or entity.
Please do not:
- Impersonate another individual or company;
- Intentionally use a deceptively similar username or avatar;
- Post misleading or false employment information; or
- Falsely attribute someone else's work.
I will comply with Figma’s Trademark Guidelines
The Figma marks are the words, logos, graphics, designs, and other indicators that identify Figma as the source of a product or service. For instance, the wordmark “Figma,” our black and white logo, and our colored logo are a few of our most important assets.
You may use Figma’s marks in connection with your design file, plugin, widget, or other Figma Community resource only if you comply with Figma’s Trademark Guidelines, available here: https://www.figma.com/using-the-figma-brand/.
If we ask you to stop using Figma’s name or mark, you must immediately comply with the request.
Report a violation
Help us keep the Figma Community strong and protect our users’ integrity and safety.
Each of us is an important part of the Figma Community. If you see something that you think may violate our guidelines, please help us by flagging the resource as inappropriate or writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you complete the report, try to provide as much information as possible - such as links, usernames, and descriptions of the content - so we can find and 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, you could try contacting the violator directly and ask for the content to be taken down. If that doesn’t work, you can file a copyright report.
We may work with law enforcement, including when we believe that there’s a risk of physical harm or threat to public safety.