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How Do I Export High Quality Images From Figma?

Last updated on December 12, 2022 @ 11:02 am

There are a few things to keep in mind when exporting images from Figma:

  • Choose the right file format
  • Use the correct export settings
  • Consider using a vector graphic

File Format

The file format you choose will affect the quality of your image. For example, JPEG is a lossy format that will compress your image and result in a lower-quality image. PNG is a lossy format as well but to a lesser extent.

Save as PNG or JPG Figma

GIF is also a lossy format, but it is best suited for images with limited colors, such as logos. If you are looking for the highest quality image, choose a lossless format such as TIFF or BMP.

Export Settings

When you export your image, you will be given a number of options that will affect the quality of your image.

The most important setting is the resolution. The higher the resolution, the better the quality of your image. However, keep in mind that high-resolution images can be very large files, so choose wisely based on where you plan to use your photos. PDF format is usually the best option for preserving the quality of the images when it comes to document type.

Save as PDF format Figma

PRO TIP: When exporting high-quality images from Figma, ensure that you have the correct export settings enabled. Incorrect settings can lead to blurry or pixelated images.

Vector Graphics

Another option for high-quality images is to use vector graphics. Vector graphics are mathematical representations of images that can be scaled to any size without losing quality. This makes them ideal for logos and other graphics that need to be used in different sizes. This format is usually called “SVG” or Scalable Vector Graphics.

Save as SVG format Figma


By following these tips, you can ensure that your exported images are high quality and suitable for your needs.

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