If you’re a creator using Figma, you may have found yourself in need of exporting assets from your project. Exporting assets in Figma is an easy process that can be completed with just a few clicks.
To begin, open the file in which you want to export assets from. Select the asset or assets that you would like to export.
You can select multiple assets by holding down the Shift key while selecting them. Once selected, right click on one of the assets and then select “Export”. This will open a popup window with several export options.
In this window, you will be able to select which format to export your asset(s) as – PNG, JPG, SVG, or PDF – and also choose whether to export them as 1x (for standard resolution displays) or 2x (for high-resolution displays). Additionally, if your asset contains text elements, you will have the option to export them as editable text fields, allowing for further editing in other graphic design applications such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.
Once all of your settings have been selected, click “Export” at the bottom of the popup window. This will download all of your chosen assets into a single zip file. Simply extract this zip file and you will be able to access each individual asset.
Exporting assets in Figma is a quick and easy process that can help save time when working on projects that require multiple files and formats. With just a few clicks, creators can quickly export their designs into different formats for use in other applications.
Exporting assets from Figma is simple and straightforward. All you need to do is select the asset(s) you want to export, choose which format it should be exported as (PNG, JPG, SVG or PDF), decide whether it should be exported at 1x or 2x resolution and then click “Export” at the bottom of the popup window. Doing so will download all selected assets into a single zip file which can then be extracted for use in other applications. [related-posts id="22047, 33401, 33887, 33195, 10919, 33149, 33373"]