How Do I Present My Work in Figma?

Figma is a powerful online design platform that allows you to quickly create and share designs with colleagues. It has a wide range of tools that enable you to work collaboratively, share feedback and track changes. But how do you present your work in Figma?

The first step is to create a project in Figma. This can be done by clicking the “Create New” button in the top right-hand corner of the screen. Once you have a project open, you can start designing your project using the various tools available. You can add shapes, text, images and more to create layouts, mockups, prototypes and other visuals.

You can also collaborate with others in real-time on any project.

Once you are happy with your design, it’s time to present it. You can do this by clicking “Share” from the top menu bar and then entering in the email addresses of those who need to view your work. You can also choose whether they have access to edit or just view your work as well as set expiration dates if needed.

When presenting your design, there are several ways in which you can display it effectively. You can use static images or screenshots if you want to show a single version of the design, or you could use an interactive prototype if you want to show multiple versions or an entire flow.

You could also present your design using video or GIFs which are great for showing animation effects or transitions between states. Finally, if you want to share your design with a larger group of people who may not all have access to Figma, then exporting as an image file is a great option.

Presenting work in Figma is easy and efficient thanks to its wide range of features and tools including static images, screenshots, interactive prototypes, videos and GIFs for demonstrating animation effects and transitions between states. Exporting as an image file is also a great way to share designs with larger groups who may not all have access to Figma.