I have a question regarding the responsiveness of Figma.
I created a responsive project built on a specific design system and I would like to share it with someone (ex: client) as a preview file. However, I want the user to be able to change the screen size in preview mode to check the responsiveness of the project’s screen that I created.
Is this possible?
Thank you for your time.
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Problem: So I create a responsive website, use auto-layouts, set every constraint up, so when I resize the artboard, it behaves as if I would resize a browser window. Things that need to be centered remain in the center, things that are full width grow with the artboard, just as a responsive website would without a breaking point obviously.
Question: So then, when I start a prototype, why can’t the width and height just assume the size of the browser window? I have already set up everything so that my desktop design would work on every (desktop) size.
It would make viewing a desktop prototype feel like a real website at any size.
Or am I missing a setting that already does that?