Scrolling effects are a great way to add dynamic movement and visual interest to your Figma design. They can be used to create an immersive experience for viewers, as well as provide an element of interactivity.
With scrolling effects, you can animate elements of your design so that they move across the page in a smooth, continuous motion.
Making a scrolling effect in Figma is relatively simple. To get started, open up the Prototype tab in your project and click on the Scroll option on the toolbar.
This will bring up a new window with several settings you can customize to create your scrolling effect.
The first setting you’ll want to adjust is the Speed slider. This will determine how quickly or slowly your elements move across the page.
It’s important to note that this value will be relative to how far apart your elements are spaced out on the canvas. The further apart they are, the faster they’ll travel when scrolled.
The second setting you’ll want to adjust is Direction. This setting allows you to choose whether you want your scrolling effect to go left-to-right or right-to-left. Depending on which direction you choose, this will affect how your elements appear when scrolled.
The third setting you’ll need to adjust is Offset. This determines how far away from its starting point each element will be when it starts moving across the page when scrolled. If you set this value too high, then some of your elements may not even appear until they have already traveled most of the way across the page.
Finally, there’s also an Animation setting which allows you to add additional animation effects on top of your scrolling effect such as fade in/out or bounce back and forth as it moves across the page.
Creating a scrolling effect in Figma is a great way to add movement and interactivity to any design project. All it takes is just a few adjustments in the Prototype tab of your project and you’re ready to start animating elements across any canvas with ease!