How Do You Type Styles in Figma?

Creating a visually engaging design with Figma is now easier than ever. With the latest version of Figma, you can use type styles to quickly apply consistent font and color styling to your designs.

Type styles allow you to create a library of fonts, colors, and text sizes that you can quickly apply across your designs. This means you can keep all of your design elements consistent and on-brand, no matter how often you change them.

Adding type styles to your Figma projects is easy: simply select the text element that you want to style and click the “+” button in the Type Styles panel on the right side of the screen. This will bring up a menu where you can add a new type style or edit an existing one. Here, you can set font family, size, weight, color, line height, letter spacing, and more.

Once you’ve added a type style to your project, it will appear in the Type Styles panel as a tile with information about its font family and size. You can click this tile to apply it directly to any text element in your project—just click and drag it onto the text field in question. You can also right-click on any text element to open its Type Style options and select one from the dropdown menu.

Figma also allows you to customize each type style. If there’s something specific that needs changing—like a certain font family or size—you can easily modify it in its settings panel. Just select the style from the Type Styles panel and click “Edit” at the top right corner of the settings window.

With Figma’s powerful type style feature, designers can easily create consistent visual branding across their projects without having to manually adjust each individual element every time they need an update. This saves time and effort while ensuring that all design elements are on-brand.

In conclusion, using type styles in Figma is an easy way for designers to create cohesive designs with consistent fonts and colors without having to manually adjust each individual element every time they need an update. With just a few clicks of their mouse, designers can quickly apply their desired type style across all their design elements.