Figma is a powerful online vector graphic design and prototyping tool. It allows users to create stunning visuals, logos, illustrations, and even animations. One of the most common uses for Figma is to create graphics for websites, digital products, and other digital media. With its versatility and ease of use, Figma has become one of the most popular tools for digital designers.
When creating visuals with Figma, there are several ways to save your work as a PNG file. First off, you will need to select the artboard or canvas that you have been working on.
Then go to the top left corner of your window and select “File > Export” from the drop-down menu. This will bring up a window where you can choose what format you would like to save your project as (PNG, SVG, etc.). Select PNG from this list and click “Export” in order to save your file.
Once exported as a PNG file, it is easy to share or upload your work online or embed it into HTML documents. To do this you may need to adjust the resolution of your exported file depending on where it is going to be used. You can do this by selecting “File > Export As” and then choosing either “Scale” or “Constrain” from the options available.
Saving a Figma file as a PNG is easy and straightforward when following these steps. By selecting File > Export and then selecting PNG from the list of formats you can easily export any Figma project as a high-resolution image ready for sharing or embedding into documents. Additionally, by using “File > Export As” you can also adjust the resolution depending on where it is going to be used.