Figma is a powerful, collaborative design platform that enables teams to design, prototype, and iterate on digital products in real-time. It is used by leading companies like Google, Microsoft and more.
With Figma, you can quickly create high-fidelity prototypes that can be shared and tested with others. Prototyping is an important part of the design process as it helps designers to validate their ideas and get feedback from users before moving onto the development stage.
Figma makes it easy to create prototypes without having to code. You can use its intuitive drag-and-drop interface to quickly create interactive wireframes and mockups. You can also add animations and interactions to make your prototype come alive.
To show a prototype in Figma, first open the project you want to prototype in the Figma editor. Then select the frame or group of frames you want to turn into a prototype. Click ‘Prototype’ in the top navigation bar and you will see a list of available interactions including linking screens together, adding transitions, animations, and more.
Once you’ve selected an interaction for your prototype, you will be able to customize it further by tweaking settings such as duration and easing type. You can also preview your changes in real time by clicking the ‘Preview’ button at the top right of your screen.
Once you are happy with how your prototype looks and works, click ‘Publish’ at the top right of your screen. This will generate a link that you can share with anyone who needs to view or test out your prototype.
Figma makes it easy for teams to create beautiful prototypes quickly and easily without having to code or write any HTML or CSS. It’s an essential tool for product teams who need to validate their ideas quickly and get feedback from users before moving on.
Conclusion: Prototyping is an important part of the design process that helps designers validate their ideas before moving onto development stage. With Figma’s intuitive drag-and-drop interface, creating interactive wireframes and mockups has never been easier. To show a prototype in Figma all you have to do is select the frames you want to turn into a prototype, select an interaction from the list available, customize further if needed then click ‘Publish’ at the top right corner of your screen – generating a link that can be shared with anyone who needs to view or test out your prototype.