Join Brian Wood for an in-depth discussion in this video Images and masking, part of Figma for UX Design.
- [Instructor] Figma allows you to import…a range of image types into your design projects,…like JPEG, GIF, PNG, SVG, content you copy paste,…and those images are brought into your designs…as background images in frames depending on what they are.…If they're an image they'll do that,…if it's vector it'll stay vector and be editable.…In this video you'll explore adding a few image files…and kind of learn how they work,…and also mask content.…With MyTravelApp open let's zoom to fit everything.…So you can press Shift + 1 so you can zoom to fit.…There are a bunch of zoom commands…we can use as we go here.…
And what I wanna do is I wanna put an image…on a couple of these frames.…So to place an image, you can learn the shortcut later,…but you can also come up here to shape tools…and Place Image,…or come under the file menu and do the same thing.…Choose Place Image, come to the Exercise Files folder,…and we're gonna come to the 03 AddingContent folder.…And you should see we've got hike1…and a whole bunch of images here.…
- 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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