Figma is a powerful design platform that allows users to easily create, collaborate on, and share their designs. One of the key features of Figma is the ability to create variants – different versions of a design with different elements. This allows designers to quickly make changes and experiment with different ideas without having to start from scratch. But how do you create variants in Figma?
Creating variants in Figma is actually quite simple. The first step is to select the object or group of objects you want to create a variant for. Once selected, click on the “+” icon in the top right corner of the canvas and select “Create Variant” from the menu. This will open the Variant Editor where you can choose what changes you want to make to the selection. You can choose from a variety of options such as changing colors, fonts, sizes, and more.
Once you’ve selected your changes, click “Create Variant” at the bottom of the editor and your variant will be added to your selection. You can then use this variant as a starting point for further experiments or just keep it as-is for future reference. It’s also possible to add multiple variants at once by selecting all of the objects you want to change and then clicking “Create Multiple Variants” from the “+” menu.
You can also use Figma’s Auto Layout tool which lets you quickly create multiple variations in one go based on an existing design layout.
Creating variants in Figma is easy and can be done quickly with just a few clicks. By using the Variant Editor or Auto Layout tool, you can quickly experiment with different ideas without having to start over each time.
With these tools, you’ll be able to get creative with your designs and come up with something truly unique!