How Do I Export From Figma to Sketch?

Exporting designs from Figma to Sketch has become increasingly important in recent years, as more designers are looking to use the two tools together. Sketch is a powerful vector design tool, while Figma is a browser-based design tool that allows users to collaborate in real-time. Both offer advantages and disadvantages that can be used depending on the project and the specific workflow.

The process of exporting from Figma to Sketch is relatively simple and straightforward. First, you will need to select the artboard or frames you want to export from the Figma canvas. You can select multiple artboards or frames by holding down the Shift key while clicking on them.

Once you’ve made your selection, click on “File” in the top menu bar and then select “Export”. This will open a window where you can choose what kind of file type you would like to export as well as its resolution. The most common options are SVG, PNG and JPG.

Once you have selected a file type, click “Export” and your design will be exported into Sketch. When it opens up in Sketch, it will look exactly like it did when it was in Figma – with all of its layers intact – so that you can start making edits right away.

Conclusion: Exporting from Figma to Sketch is a straightforward process that only requires a few steps. By selecting your artboards or frames and then selecting which file type you want to export as, you can quickly transfer designs from one tool to another without any loss of quality or fidelity. With this knowledge in hand, designers can now take advantage of both platforms for their projects without worrying about compatibility issues or loss of quality due to conversions between formats.