Figma Frame Inspector

Pub Version

A Flutter plugin to verify how accurately the Figma frame was implemented in the app (whether paddings and elements sizes are correct).

With this tool any developer can verify all the paddings, font styles and elements sizes matches design specification in Figma.


How it works

This plugin provides FigmaFrameInspector widget that renders provided Figma frame on top of child screen widget. This helps to check proper frame implementation.

PS: Example Figma frame was taken from here

Implementation Figma Diff


flutter pub add figma_frame_inspector


Get Figma Personal Access Token

  • In Figma go to Account -> Personal Access Tokens
  • Generate a new token

Get Figma Frame URL

  • In Figma open design file
  • On the left side in Layers section select a frame that you need to verify
  • Copy the URL of the frame



  • import 'package:figma_frame_inspector/figma_frame_inspector.dart';
  • Wrap your app with FigmaFrameInspector widget:
class MyHomePage extends StatelessWidget {
  const MyHomePage({Key? key, required this.title}) : super(key: key);

  final String title;

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return FigmaFrameInspector( // <-- Wrap your screen widget with this widget.
          "<figma-frame-url>", // <-- Specify the Figma frame url. Looks like this:<file_key>/<file_name >?node-id=<node_id>
      figmaToken: '<figma-token>', // <-- Specify the Figma `Personal access token` from Account Settings page.
      // Optional parameters:
      scale: 3, // A number between `0.01` and `4`, the image scaling factor.
      initialOpacity: .3, // Opacity of the frame on the screen start (default `30%`).
      enabled: true, // Enable or disable the frame overlay (default `true`).
      isTouchToChangeOpacityEnabled: true, // Enable or disable vertical scroll to change the frame overlay opacity (default `true`).
      child: Scaffold(
        appBar: AppBar(
          title: Text(title),
        floatingActionButton: const FloatingActionButton(
          onPressed: null,
          tooltip: 'Increment',
          child: Icon(Icons.add),


This plugin was heavily inspired by flutter_figma_preview

Figma sample design taken from here


Can be found here.