If you mark layers as assets for export, and include those assets when publishing design specs, you can download them from the published design specs link. Vector assets are available in SVG, PNG, and PDF and bitmap assets in PNG and PDF.
To export assets, open the Layers panel and select an artboard. Hover the pointer over a layer and click the Mark for batch export icon.
When you include assets while publishing design specs and share the published link with developers, you provide them with a centralized location to download those assets.
From the Export for drop-down, select the platform for the design export. Select the Include Assets for download option, and click Create link.
Based on the platform you create the design for, each platform has a separate set of resolution settings:
- Web: Assets are exported at 1x and 2x resolutions.
- iOS: Assets are exported at 1x, 2x, and 3x resolutions.
- Android: Assets are optimized and exported for the following Android screen densities:
- ldpi - Low density (75%)
- mdpi - Medium density (100%)
- hdpi - High density (150%)
- xhdpi - Extra high density (200%)
- xxhdpi - Extra extra high density (300%)
- xxxhdpi - Extra extra extra high density (400%)
To open the published design specs in the browser, click the Open in Browser icon, and select an artboard to view the assets. The browser displays the selected assets along with other artboard details.
When you hover the pointer over the assets, contextual selection highlights the selected asset in blue.
When you share the published design specs with developers, developers can download assets from it. Developers can download assets individually or at the same time.
Use Cmd+ A or Ctrl+A to select all the assets or use the Shift key to multi-select. Assets are downloaded as .zip files in the downloads folder on your machine. You can change the format of vector assets to SVG, PDF, and PNG and the format of bitmap assets to PNG and PDF.