Using a Figma is an incredibly effective way to create designs, prototypes, and wireframes for all types of web and mobile applications. But what about mirroring a Figma?
Mirroring can be a great way to ensure that your design is working as expected across multiple devices. It also allows you to show the design to stakeholders and get feedback quickly.
Fortunately, mirroring a Figma is relatively easy to do. All you need is the Figma desktop application and either a mobile device or an emulator. Once you have the necessary software, simply follow these steps:
1. Download the Figma Desktop App
The first step in mirroring your Figma is to download the desktop application.
This will allow you to easily open and manage your project on your computer. You can get this app from the official website or through the app store on your computer.
2. Connect Your Device or Emulator
Once you have downloaded the app, connect your device or emulator to your computer using either USB or WiFi connection. This will allow you to view your project on multiple devices at once.
3. Open Your Project in Figma
Now that you have connected your device or emulator, open up your project in Figma by clicking on “Open Project” in the top left corner of the application window.
Enable Live Preview
Once you have opened up your project, click on “Live Preview” in the top right corner of the window. This will enable real-time updates between both devices so that any changes made on one device will be reflected immediately on the other.
5. Start Designing!Finally, start designing! You can now make changes from either device and see them reflected immediately in both places.
Mirroring a Figma is a great way to ensure that your design looks great across multiple devices and easily share it with stakeholders for feedback. By following these simple steps, you’ll be able to get started quickly and easily mirroring any of your Figras!