for Figma: AI generation, export to code, import from web

Figma to HTML title

Teach Figma how to speak code: generate designs via AI, convert designs to code, import from web.

How does it work

Generate designs via AI

  1. Install the plugin
  2. Create an OpenAI account, grab your OpenAI key, make sure you have billing enabled, and add your API key in the plugin
  3. Enter a prompt, and watch AI design in real time!

Troubleshooting: if having trouble with your OpenAI API calls, please follow this guide

Export designs to code

  1. Install the plugin
  2. Ensure all layers you want to import use autolayout as described here
  3. Click the "get code" button to launch into the editor
  4. Make any final adjustments, and click "get code" at the top of Builder to view code output, or copy and paste it to content of a Builder account to publish live

Supports many code outputs, such as React, Vue, Svelte, Qwik, Solid, plain HTML/CSS, and more via Mitosis

Import webpages to Figma designs

  1. Install the plugin
  2. In Figma, open a new or existing document, then hit cmd+/ and search "html figma" and hit enter
  3. Enter a URL you want to import


  • Instantly convert designs into live webpages and code
  • Easily import real live site styles for a starting point for designs and prototypes
  • Quickly turn real site components into design components
  • Easy import from storybook, etc

Chrome Extension

Want to capture a page behind an auth wall, or in a specific state you need to navigate to? Then the chrome extension is for you!

Using the library

// npm install
import { htmlToFigma } from "";
const layers = htmlToFigma(document.body);
// E.g. send these to the REST API, or generate a .figma.json file that can be uploaded through the Figma plugin

Auto-layout Vectors

When exporting Figma to Builder, the plugin requires all elements to be in auto-layout. However, it's not possible to auto-layout a vector. The alternative here is to use Figma's rasterize selection command on your vector. If the output of that is too low-resolution, then you can try this plugin:

If you want the Builder end-result to have a vector, then consider this rasterized selection as a placeholder, and swap it back with an SVG in the Builder editor.


Importing HTML layers to Figma is a best-effort process. Even getting 90% there can save you a ton of time, only having to clean up a few things.

A few known limitations:

  • not all element types are supported (e.g. iframe, pseudoelements)
  • not all CSS properties are supported or fully supported
  • not all types of media are supported (video, animated gifs, etc)
  • all fonts have to be uploaded to Figma or a best effort fallback will be used

If you find any issues or have feedback at all please make an issue


  • API endpoint that converts a URL's layout to a Figma design. The logic of that endpoint lives in this repo, under ./lib/html-to-figma.
  • API endpoint that converts a Figma design to a Builder content JSON. The logic of that endpoint lives in Builder's API.



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