Figma is a powerful online design tool for creating everything from websites to mobile apps. It allows designers to quickly design and prototype user interfaces with its intuitive drag-and-drop interface.
One of the great features of Figma is that it allows users to run their prototypes offline. This is useful for testing and demonstrating prototypes without having to be connected to the internet.
To run a Figma prototype offline, the first step is to export the file as an HTML file. To do this, the user simply needs to go into the share menu (the little box icon in the top right corner of the Figma window) and select “Export as HTML”. This will generate an HTML file with all of the necessary code needed to render the prototype.
Once you have exported your prototype as an HTML file, you can open it up in any web browser such as Chrome or Safari. You should be able to view and interact with your prototype just as if it were running online, including all animations and interactions.
If you are using a device such as a laptop or tablet that does not have an internet connection, you can still view and interact with your prototype by downloading it onto your device. To do this, simply open up your browser on your device and navigate to where you have stored your prototype’s HTML file (this could be on Dropbox or Google Drive for example). When you open up this file in a web browser on your device, you should see your Figma prototype.
Running a Figma Prototype offline is simple and easy. All that needs to be done is exporting the file as an HTML file, opening it in any web browser such as Chrome or Safari, and then downloading it onto any device without an internet connection. With this method, users can easily test their prototypes without having to be connected to the internet.