How Do You Make a Copyright Symbol in Figma?

How Do You Make a Copyright Symbol in Figma?

The copyright symbol, ©, is one of the most important symbols used to protect intellectual property. It is important to know how to create and include it in any design you make. Fortunately, Figma makes it easy to include the copyright symbol in your designs.

The first step is to open the ‘Characters’ panel. This panel can be found on the right side of the Figma interface.

After opening this panel, type ‘copyright’ into the search bar at the top of this window. The copyright symbol should now be visible in this window and can be selected for use in your design.

When you have selected the copyright symbol from this window, simply click and drag it onto your design canvas. The symbol will appear as a vector image that you can resize or move around as needed. It is also possible to change its color or add additional styling effects to make it stand out more in your design.

Once you are happy with how it looks on your design canvas, using a text box will allow you to add additional information such as author details or a year of publication related to that symbol. This will help ensure everyone knows who owns what rights related to the content being created or published with that copyright symbol included within it.

In conclusion, creating and adding a copyright symbol in Figma is an easy process that should take only a few minutes of your time while working on any design project within this program. By using the ‘Characters’ panel and then adding any additional information regarding author details or when a piece was published, you can ensure your intellectual property remains secure from infringement or theft by others online or in print media formats.


Creating and adding a copyright symbol into Figma designs is simple and straightforward thanks to the ‘Characters’ panel which makes finding and selecting this trademarked image quick and easy for designers of all skill levels. Once added, additional information such as author details or when a piece was published can also be included with ease so that intellectual property remains safe from anyone wishing to infringe on those rights without permission from its rightful owner(s).