Sketch: I can’t change the export quality

How do I export high quality images from Sketch?

Open your Sketch file, select a layer, multiple layers or an artboard and click Make Exportable in the bottom right corner. Make sure that format is set as JPEG in the Format dropdown. Adjust the resolution size and hit Export (either Export layers or Export [name of the artboard]).

How do I change export settings in Sketch?

To change these settings, or export at two or more different sizes or formats, you’ll need to set Export Presets in the Inspector. You can also select any layer in the Layer List and drag it onto your desktop to export it as a PNG (or hold ⌥ while dragging to export as a PDF.

Why are my images Exporting blurry from Sketch?

It’s not an issue, it’s how Retina display works. If you do a simple export to png, Sketch saves it as a @1x image (non-retina display), so when you preview it on your macbook it doubles its size and the images become blurry.

How do I export a design from Sketch?

Go to File > Export. Alternatively you can click the Export icon in the toolbar. When you click on Export for the first time, Sketch will assume you want to export your artboards and will make them exportable automatically, discarding all objects outside the artboards.

Can you convert Sketch to PSD?

So, here it is: Select your Sketch artboard and copy it. Paste in Affinity Designer by selecting File > New from clipboard. Click File > Export and export as PSD.