How To Open Eps File In Figma

If you are new to the design industry, learning how to open an EPS file in Figma may seem overwhelming. But fear not! In this blog post, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how you can easily open or import EPS files in Figma.

What is an EPS File?

EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) is a graphics file format based on PostScript language. It can contain graphics and text as well as vector graphics. However, Figma does not support EPS files directly. Therefore, we need to use a workaround to open them.

How to Open EPS Files in Figma

Since Figma does not directly support the EPS format, the file needs to be converted to a format that Figma supports – like SVG, PNG, JPG, or PDF. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to convert EPS files to SVG and then import them into Figma.

Step 1: Convert the EPS File to SVG Format

There are multiple online converters available to convert EPS files to SVG format. For example, you could use the “” service.

  • Go to
  • Select ‘Image converter’.
  • Choose ‘Convert to SVG’.
  • Click ‘Choose Files’ and upload your EPS file.
  • Click ‘Start conversion’.
  • After conversion, download your SVG file.

Step 2: Import the SVG File into Figma

After you’ve converted your EPS file to SVG, you can now import it into Figma. Here’s how:

  • Open Figma.
  • Navigate to the desired project.
  • Click on the ‘File’ menu, then select ‘Import’.
  • Browse for the SVG file you just converted and click ‘Open’.

Your EPS file, now in SVG format, should now be successfully imported into Figma!


And there you have it! Although Figma may not natively support EPS files, you can easily use an online converter to change your EPS files into a format that Figma can work with. So, don’t let file formats hinder your creativity. Happy designing!