As a designer, you need to be able to transfer your Photoshop designs into Figma for development. Fortunately, this process is relatively simple and can be done quickly.
To export a PSD file to Figma, use the File > Export As menu in Photoshop. Select the file format you wish to export as (e.g.
PNG or SVF) and click ‘Export’. Once the export is complete, open Figma and go to File > New from File > Choose a File. Select the exported file from your computer and wait for it to upload into Figma.
Once the design has loaded into Figma, you can begin editing it right away. You can adjust the size of elements, change colors, add text or images and make other tweaks as needed. You can even add animations or interactions to give your design an extra level of polish.
It’s also important to remember that if you make changes in Photoshop after exporting your design to Figma, those changes won’t be reflected in the file in Figma unless you re-export it from Photoshop again.
Exporting PSD files to Figma is a simple process that can be done quickly and easily with just a few clicks. After uploading the file into Figma, designers can then make adjustments or add additional features as needed before sharing their design with others or using it for development purposes.