Join Brian Wood for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting assets, part of Figma for UX Design.
- [Instructor] After you've gone through,…and you've created your design,…and you've done your collaboration,…you can go through and start to export your content.…Let's take a look at that.…If you've got a file open, what you can do is…you can export in a lot of different ways from here.…You can export in multiple formats.…If you have nothing selected, come over to the right.…You should see, with the file open,…with the design tab selected,…you'll see down here we have Export.…You click on the plus.…You can choose from different formats…if you want to, PNG, JPG, and SVG.…
You can set up things like the scaling, if you want.…One x is basically 100%.…We can add a suffix to the file name if we want to,…which appears at the end.…You can then export it.…You can click on Preview.…What's interesting about this…is that we had nothing selected, and what it's gonna do…is export everything, all the frames as a single PNG.…This is if you wanted to send it out and say,…"Uh, take a look at everything I'm working on,…"okay, one big picture of it."…
- Creating a Figma project
- Importing from Sketch
- Working with frames and shapes
- Adding and formatting text
- Drawing, components, constraints, and versioning
- Creating a prototype
- Previewing your designs on mobile devices
Skill Level Intermediate
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
Using the exercise files2m 1s
1. Set Up a Figma Project
2. Adding Content
5. Collaborating, Sharing, and Exporting
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