Using Adobe fonts in Figma is an incredibly convenient way to bring a professional and polished look to your design projects. With the recent addition of Adobe Fonts to the Figma platform, designers can now access a collection of over 1,000 high-quality fonts in their Figma designs.
Adobe Fonts is a suite of typefaces, originally developed by Adobe and now available to anyone with an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. It includes some of the world’s most popular typefaces, such as Helvetica Neue and Avenir Next, that you can use for your design projects.
Figma makes it easy to access these fonts and use them in your designs. All you need to do is log into your Adobe account from within Figma and then click on the ‘Adobe Fonts’ tab in the menu bar. This will open up a window where you can browse through the entire selection of fonts available on Adobe Fonts.
Once you’ve selected a font, simply click on it and it will be added to your Figma project automatically. The font will be available for use in both text boxes and shapes within your project. You can also further customize each font by changing its size, weight or style.
Can You Import Adobe Fonts Into Figma? Yes you absolutely can!
With the addition of Adobe Fonts to the Figma platform, designers are now able to access thousands of high-quality fonts directly from their projects with ease. Just log into your Adobe account from within Figma and start designing with any font you want!