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over 5 years ago from Josh Dunsterville, Designer building community at Figma

  • Robin GoyalRobin Goyal, over 5 years ago

    Why would you even export UI in PDF format? PDF is for printing purposes. I don't think it's a need for a designer. It's only 'want' thing.

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    • Stan Marsh, over 5 years ago

      Because iOS uses PDF assets. At least the engineers I work with use them.

      3 points
    • Teodor DecuTeodor Decu, over 5 years ago

      Robin, I also love designing presentations in Figma, and sometimes you need a nice, crisp PDF. Exporting not-so-sharp JPG/PNG's and then making them a pdf isn't ideal.

      1 point
    • Doug OrchardDoug Orchard, over 5 years ago

      Actually, this would be good/great/amazing. Having to resync design in a .ppt/.pdf every time a PM decides last minute to add a new feature is a pain. Would love to create a presentation in Figma that I can share using the latest design.

      1 point
    • Rhys MerrittRhys Merritt, over 5 years ago

      iOS assets can be delivered in PDF format. For iOS devs, it's a great format to use

      0 points