How Do I Export a Frame Figma?

Exporting frames from Figma is a great way to quickly present your design to potential clients and stakeholders. Frames are a great way to show off the design and layout of your project, as well as the components you’ve used.

When you’re ready to export a frame from Figma, there are a few easy steps you can take to make sure your frame looks its best.

Step 1: Select the Frame
The first step is to select the frame you want to export. You can do this by either clicking on it or using the shortcut key ‘F’. You’ll also see a checkmark appear in the top right corner of the frame, indicating it’s selected.

Step 2: Export Settings
Once you have your frame selected, click on ‘File’ and then ‘Export’ from the menu bar at the top of your screen. This will bring up a dialog box with several different settings that you can configure before exporting your frame. Here, you can choose whether or not to include shadows and effects, what format you want your exported file saved in (PNG or SVG), and what resolution you want it exported at (72dpi or 300dpi).

Step 3: Export Your Frame
Once you’ve configured all of your settings, just click on ‘Export’ at the bottom right of the dialog box and Figma will save your file in whatever format and resolution you chose. You’ll be able to find it in Finder (on Mac) or File Explorer (on Windows).

Conclusion: Exporting frames from Figma is an easy process that takes just a few steps. By selecting your frame first, configuring export settings in the dialog box, and then finally exporting it, you can quickly share designs with clients or stakeholders without having to worry about any compatibility issues.