How Do You Make the Arrow Bigger in Figma?

Figma is a powerful vector graphics editing and prototyping software that many designers use for website, mobile and UI/UX design. One of its most useful features is the ability to easily create and customize arrows. But how do you make the arrow bigger in Figma?

The first step is to select the arrow you want to edit. You can either use a preset arrow shape or draw your own custom arrow shape with the Pen Tool. Once you have selected the arrow, there are several ways to make it bigger:

1. Use the arrow sizing handles – You can select an arrow and then drag the sizing handles (located at each end of the arrow) outward to increase its size. This is often the quickest way to resize an arrow in Figma.

2. Change the stroke width – Another way to make an arrow bigger is to adjust its stroke width in the Properties panel on the right side of your screen. Select an object, click on “Stroke” in Properties, and then adjust “Stroke Width” until you get your desired size for your arrow.

3. Resize from inside – You can also resize arrows from their inner points using a combination of scaling and rotating tools located at each end of the line segment or curve segment that forms your arrowhead. First, select an object and then click on any of these inner points while holding down Command/Ctrl + Shift keys on your keyboard; this will bring up a scale/rotate tool which you can use to adjust your object’s size as needed.

Conclusion: Making arrows bigger in Figma is easy and straightforward thanks to several helpful tools like sizing handles, stroke width adjustment, and scaling/rotating tools located at each end of line segments or curves that form your objects’ shapes. With these methods, it’s easy to create precisely sized arrows that perfectly fit into any design project you’re working on – no matter what size they need to be!