Using the color styles feature in Figma is a perfect way to deal with color. Color styles allow you to save your color palette as a series of styles that you can quickly access and add to your design project.

Working with color styles allows to be more consistent when applying colors throughout the design process.

In this quick post, I will use the Essential UI Pro Figma file as an example to show you how I organize my color styles for better use in my design’s project.

Essential UI pro

Using Text Styles in your design helps you build better typography hierarchy. It enables you to maintain consistency in your design process and to provide your teammates or clients with a thorough understanding of the typography used in the design.

Here in this short post, I will use the Essential UI Pro Figma file as an example to show you how I create and organize font styles.

Setting up font styles

Before I begin designing a single button for my project, I often set up all of my font styles.

To begin, I create ten different font styles. Each font style will be assigned…

Did you ever find yourself drowning in all the Components you’d built for your design’s project? In this regard, I’d like to share with you how I keep the components of my design well ordered.

From buttons to complex navbars. The number of components you’ll have to create to design a full project can exceed 100 + components easily. …

When it comes to design in Figma, you have the option to create your design on a single page and stack all your UI elements in a single area, or you can use pages to divide items to make your design clear and less saturated.

Frequently, our files grow in size as a result of the components and iterations of the projects we make. It is important to maintain order. Otherwise, we risk being disoriented inside our file and make collaboration with our teammates difficult.

One thing that helps avoid this situation is the Figma’s page feature. To keep your…

In the footer part, we’ll design a space where we can display the social media links of the company, and the copyright tag. it will be really simple and quick.

Step 1 — Create the footer container

Let’s pick the frame tool, then go to the right sidebar and hit the Desktop Select. Pick the first frame desktop 1440.

Now go to the Frame section in the right-hand sidebar and set the height of our frame to 75.

Add Layout Grid Style (this part is optional)

A layout grid helps you define the underlying structure of your design and how each component in it responds to…

In this part, we’ll design a block where we encourage our visitors to subscribe to a newsletter.

Step 1 — Create the Call To Action container

Lets pick the frame tool, then go to the right sidebar and hit the Desktop Select. Pick the first frame desktop 1440.

Now go to the Frame section in the right-hand sidebar and set the height of our frame to 260.

Add Color Style

Now, move down the Fill section. and hit the style icon. Pick the dark-background-color style. This will give our call to action frame a dark mode look.

Add Layout Grid Style (this part is optional)

A layout grid…

The Testimonials part will be about exposing best customers testimonial, This will show our users how other people are trusting us and maybe convince more clients to buy our services.

Step 1 — Create the testimonials container

Let’s pick the frame tool, then go to the right sidebar and hit the Desktop Select. Pick the first frame desktop 1440.

Now go to the Frame section in the right-hand sidebar and set the height of our frame to 660.

Add Layout Grid Style (this part is optional)

A layout grid helps you define the underlying structure of your design and how each component in it responds to…

The features part will be about exposing the company’s best features.We’ll use six simple cards arranged in two rows to expose the company’s best features.

Step 1 — Create the features container

Let’s pick the frame tool, then go to the right sidebar and hit the Desktop Select. Pick the first frame desktop 1440.

Now go to the Frame section in the right-hand sidebar and set the height of our frame to 700.

Add Layout Grid Style (this part is optional)

A layout grid helps you define the underlying structure of your design and how each component in it responds to different breakpoints for responsive designs.

You don’t need to be a Figma pro or pay for expensive assets to create your own Landing Page Design. With a little practice of the basic tools in Figma and some good tips and tricks, you can create your own Landing page designs in no time at all.

In this tutorial series, I will guide you through all the steps to properly create a complete landing page using Figma.

Once you finish this series, you’ll learn how to use Figma Components, Styles, Constraints, Responsive layouts and discover how to use different plugins to get an amazing result. …

In this part, we’ll design the header element of our landing page. We’ll see how to use the Figma frame assets, create a gradient filter, use Unsplash plugin for free image resources, and how to use pre-made Figma styles to tackle typography problems. We’ll also learn how to use layout grids to align our components in a frame.

So without further ado, let’s get started.

Step 1 — Create the landing page art board

First, we need to build a simple frame to contain our landing page design. Let’s pick the frame tool, then go to the right sidebar and hit the Desktop Select. Pick the first frame desktop…

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