How Do I Create a New Variant in Figma?

Figma is a powerful design tool for creating and collaborating on digital product designs. It enables teams to quickly and easily create, collaborate, and produce high-quality visuals for web and mobile applications.

Figma allows users to create beautiful, responsive designs with its intuitive drag-and-drop system.

Creating a new variant in Figma is easy once you understand the basics. To begin, open your design file in Figma. Select the object you want to create a variant of, then click the “+” icon in the upper right corner of the object panel on the right side of the screen.

A menu will pop up with several options related to variants. Select “Create Variant” from this menu. This will open up a dialog box allowing you to name your new variant.

Once you have named your variant, select which properties you want this variant to hold from the list below. You can choose from color, text style, effects, or layer position. You can also choose to add additional properties if needed.

After selecting your desired properties for this new variant, click “Create Variant” at the bottom of this dialog box. Your variant will now appear in your list of variants for that object. You can select it from there anytime you need it.

Styling Your Variant

Once your new variant is created, you can customize its look using Figma’s styling tools. To do this, select your newly created variant from the list on the right side of the screen and then select any styling tools available in Figma such as color pickers or text styles.

By using these styling tools you can easily create a unique look for each of your variants while still keeping them consistent across all instances of that object. This helps maintain a consistent style throughout your entire project.

Conclusion: Creating new variants in Figma is quick and easy once you understand how it works. Simply select an object and click “Create Variant” to get started. Then customize each one using Figma’s styling tools to ensure consistency across all instances of that object for a better overall design experience!