Animating a pie chart in Figma is a great way to make data more visually engaging. It can take your project from dull to dynamic in no time. Plus, it’s easy to learn and use!
Figma allows you to animate your pie charts in two ways: using keyframes and using easing curves. Keyframes are the basics of animation, where you set the start and end points of an animation. Easing curves help you control how quickly or slowly the animation will progress over time.
To animate a pie chart in Figma, first select the chart you want to animate and then click on the “Animation” tab in the right-hand toolbar. Next, click “Add Keyframe” and then adjust the values for each keyframe.
You can adjust any of the parameters (size, position, color, etc.) for each keyframe for more control over your animation.
Once you have added all of your keyframes and adjusted their parameters, it’s time to add easing curves to your animation. To do this, select one or more of your keyframes and then click on the “Easing Curve” option from the drop-down menu. This will open up a graph that will allow you to adjust how quickly or slowly your animation progresses over time.
The last step is adding transitions between each keyframe. To do this, simply select one or more of your keyframes and then click on “Transitions” from the drop-down menu.
Here you can choose how long each transition should last as well as what type of transition should be used (linear, ease-in-out, etc. ).
Animated pie charts are an excellent way to make data more visually engaging. With Figma’s intuitive user interface and powerful animation tools, animating a pie chart is easy and fun!
All it takes is a few clicks to set up keyframes, adjust their parameters, add easing curves and transitions – all towards creating an eye-catching animated pie chart!