Highlighting a font in Figma is a great way to make your designs stand out. With Figma, you can easily create unique, eye-catching graphics with the help of their extensive library of fonts.
You can also customize the font size, color, and style to create a look that is truly your own.
When selecting a font in Figma, you will first need to choose from the library. From there, you can play around with the settings to modify the size, color, and style of the font. You can also adjust the line spacing and character spacing for each individual text box or layer in your design.
Once you have chosen a font and made any adjustments you may want to make, it’s time to highlight it. To do this, select the text box or layer containing your chosen font and then click on “Highlight” from the top toolbar. Here you will be able to choose from several different highlighting options including bolding, italicizing, underlining, or even adding a background color or pattern.
You can also customize how much of your text is highlighted by adjusting the “Highlight Amount” slider. This allows you to select how much of your text will be highlighted when highlighting is applied. For example, if you only wanted certain words within a sentence to be highlighted then you could adjust this slider accordingly.
Finally, once you are happy with all of your settings simply click “Apply” and your selected font will be highlighted according to your specifications.
Highlighting fonts in Figma is an easy way to add personality and flair to any design project. With its powerful tools and customization options it is easy for anyone to create stunning visuals quickly and easily.
In conclusion, Figma makes it simple for users to highlight fonts as part of their design projects. By selecting from their library of fonts and customizing size, color and style settings users are able to easily add personality and flair their designs with ease. Additionally users are able to control exactly how much of their text they would like highlighted by adjusting the “Highlight Amount” slider before applying changes.