How Do I Export a Figma Design?

Figma is a great tool for quickly creating designs, planning projects and collaborating with others. It’s becoming increasingly popular among web designers, UI/UX designers, and other creatives, thanks to its easy-to-use interface and powerful features. But once you’ve created your masterpiece in Figma, how do you export it?

Exporting from Figma is relatively simple.

First, you’ll need to select the assets you want to export by either selecting individual frames or components or by selecting the entire canvas. Once selected, click the “export” button in the top right corner of the screen. This will open up a dialog box where you can customize the settings for your export.

In this dialog box, you’ll be able to choose what file format to save your design in – PNGs, JPGs, SVGs or PDFs are all supported. You’ll also be able to adjust the size of your design – this is useful if you’re exporting different versions of the same design at different sizes. Finally, you can choose whether or not to include any additional elements such as background colors, grid lines and guides.

Once you’ve chosen your settings and clicked “Export”, Figma will generate a downloadable zip file containing all of your exported designs. You can then open this file and access each individual asset in whichever format you chose.


Exporting a design from Figma is quick and easy. All you need to do is select the elements that you want to export then choose which file type and size they should be exported in. Once selected, Figma will generate a zip file containing all of your designs ready for download.