The JPG and PNG file formats are two of the most ubiquitous graphical file formats... and so with this wide support, they well suited for inclusion into all types of applications, both in desktop applications on your computer well as online applications and services. Within our Sketch document, we can export art boards as individual JPG or PNG graphics, among other options, and quickly create files we can share with out clients and colleagues.
- [Voiceover] The JPG and PNG file formats…are two of the most ubiquitous graphical file formats.…And with this wide support, they're well-suited…for inclusion in all types of applications,…both in desktop applications on your computer…as well as online applications and services.…And from within the Sketch application,…we can export art boards as individual JPG or PNG files,…among other options, and quickly create files…that we can share with our clients and colleagues.…So, to demonstrate this,…I have a responsive web design opened up inside of Sketch.…Now, by default, Sketch will automatically define…all of the art boards as an exportable item.…
So, in the left-hand panel here,…if I come over here and select an art board,…I'll select the 600-pixel art board.…In the lower right, we'll see an Export Property Set here.…Now, if you delete this and close the file,…or just wait a few minutes,…Sketch will recreate this export option.…So the export options for art boards…are always part of the document.…We can, however, come down here and change the properties.…
- Sharing artboards
- Exporting artboards as image files
- Integrating with other UX design software
- Exporting assets, code, and animations