How do I Save a Figma prototype as PDF?


If you've designed a prototype in Figma and want to save it as a PDF, you're in the right place. Follow these steps to export your Figma prototype as a PDF:

Step 1: Select All Frames

Open your Figma file containing the prototype. Make sure all the frames that make up your prototype are visible in the canvas.

Step 2: Access the Export Options

On the right side of the Figma interface, you'll find a panel with various options. Locate and click on the "Export" option. This will open up the export settings.

Step 3: Choose PDF Format

Within the export settings, you'll see a list of available formats. Scroll down and select "PDF" as your desired export format.

Step 4: Adjust PDF Settings

Once you've selected the PDF format, you might have the option to customize some settings related to the PDF export. These settings may include page size, quality, and other export-specific options.

Step 5: Export the Prototype

After adjusting the settings (if needed), click the "Export" button. Figma will generate a PDF file based on the frames you've selected, creating a snapshot of your prototype's current state.

Step 6: Save the PDF

Choose a destination on your computer where you'd like to save the PDF file. Give the file a name and click the "Save" button.

Congratulations! You've successfully saved your Figma prototype as a PDF.

Final Thoughts

Saving your Figma prototype as a PDF is a useful way to share your design concepts and interactions with others who may not have access to Figma. Just remember that the PDF export captures a snapshot of your design, so any interactive elements may not be functional in the PDF.

Experiment with different export settings to achieve the best results for your specific needs. Now you can easily share your design work with stakeholders, clients, or team members using the PDF format.

August 15, 2023



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