Figma is an incredibly powerful web-based design and prototyping tool. It is used by professionals and amateurs alike for designing user interfaces, creating icons, and designing illustrations.
One of the great features of Figma is the ability to export your work as SVG files. SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics, and it’s a type of image format that can be scaled up or down without losing quality.
SVG files are very useful for web design projects because they can be used in both HTML websites and CSS stylesheets. They are also used in many other applications such as Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Inkscape, and more. If you’re looking to create logos or other vector graphics, then downloading a Figma SVG file is the way to go.
Fortunately, downloading a Figma SVG file is easy. First, open the Figma project you want to download and select the Artboard or frame that contains the design you want to export as an SVG. Then click on the “Export” option at the top right corner of the window.
In the “Export” window, select “SVG” from the drop-down list under “Format.” You will then have options to customize your SVG export settings such as resolution, color profile, etc. When you are happy with your settings click on “Export” at the bottom right corner of this window.
A download dialog box will appear asking where to save your exported file – simply choose a location and click on “Save”.
Downloading Figma SVG files is quick and easy with just a few clicks! All you need to do is open up your project in Figma, select an Artboard or frame containing your design element that you want to export as an SVG file, choose “SVG” from the Export menu under Format, customize any export settings if needed and then save it in a location of your choice.