GIFs (Graphics Interchange Format) are a versatile and popular way to share images and animations online. And if you’re a Figma user, you may want to know how to export a Figma prototype as a GIF. Luckily, it’s a relatively simple process!
First, open your Figma file and select the prototype view. This is the view that shows how your prototype will look when tested or presented.
Then, open the File menu and select Export from the dropdown. You’ll be presented with several options for exporting your Figma prototype as an image.
Choose GIF from the options provided. You’ll then be given several settings to choose from to customize your GIF export.
These include things like size, resolution, quality, and frame rate. Once you have chosen all of your settings, click Export.
Your Figma prototype will now be exported into a GIF file which you can then save in any folder on your computer or share with others online. It’s important to note that depending on the settings you chose when exporting, the size of the GIF file may vary significantly.
Exporting a Figma prototype as a GIF is straightforward and easy to do with just a few clicks. Open up your Figma file and choose Export from the File menu, then select GIF from the list of available formats. Finally, customize your export settings and click Export – your Figma prototype will now be saved as a GIF which you can save or share with others!