Figma is a powerful and modern design tool that helps designers create high-quality designs and prototypes. With Figma’s vector-based design tools, it’s easy to create detailed illustrations and icons, which can be exported as Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) files. SVG is an XML-based markup language for describing two-dimensional graphics, and it’s widely used on the web for displaying vector images such as icons, logos, and illustrations.
Exporting graphics from Figma to SVG is a straightforward process. To begin, open the project in Figma that contains the graphic you want to export.
Select the graphic by clicking on it with your mouse or trackpad, then right-click on it to open the context menu. In the context menu, select “Export” then “SVG” from the dropdown list of available formats.
Once you’ve selected SVG as your export format, you can fine-tune your export settings with a few simple clicks. From the “Export Settings” window that appears when exporting an SVG file from Figma, you can customize how your file will look when exported by adjusting settings such as size and background color.
You can also set up different export sizes for different devices or platforms if desired. Once all of your settings are configured correctly, click “Export” at the bottom of the page to save your file as an SVG code snippet or document.
Note: When exporting an SVG file from Figma you may see a warning message indicating that some parts of your design may not be supported in older versions of browsers or operating systems – this is normal behavior as certain features of newer versions of browsers may not be supported in older versions.
Conclusion: Exporting graphics from Figma to SVG is an easy process that requires only a few steps. Simply select the graphic you want to export and right-click on it to open up the context menu where you can select “Export” and then “SVG” from the dropdown list of available formats. From there, adjust any desired settings before clicking “Export” at the bottom of the page to save your file as an SVG code snippet or document.