Making multiple components in Figma is a great way to streamline your design workflow. By creating multiple components, you can easily reuse elements across designs and quickly make changes when needed. It’s also a great way to ensure that all of your designs follow the same style guide, making it easier to create a cohesive visual identity.
Creating components in Figma is easy — all you need is an existing frame or vector object. To create a component, select the object with the Selection Tool (shortcut V) and click on the ‘Make Component’ button in the Properties Panel on the right side of the screen. Alternatively, you can select ‘Create Component’ from the context menu (right-click) or use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+K (Ctrl+K).
Once you’ve created your component, you can customize it by adding styling elements such as color, typography, padding and more. You can also add additional properties such as interactivity and animation which will affect how users interact with your design. All of these settings can be managed from within the Properties Panel.
You can also create multiple instances of a component so that you can reuse them across different designs without having to recreate them each time. To create an instance, simply select a component and click on the ‘Create Instance’ button or use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+I (Ctrl+I).
Creating multiple components and instances in Figma is easy and makes designing efficient. It allows for quick changes and updates to be made across all designs while still keeping everything consistent throughout your work. With just a few clicks or keystrokes, you can easily create components and instances to save time and ensure that all of your designs are following one unified style guide.