[#Script #Coding] Design a Scalable Mobile App With Figma Variants

Design a Scalable Mobile App With Figma Variants

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Apr 07, 2022


freeCodeCamp.org Learn how to use Figma Variants to design a scalable mobile app. Variants can streamline your frontend design process by allowing you to group and organize similar components into a single container.

Ahmet Efeoglu developed this course. Check out his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel…

Tutorial file link: https://www.figma.com/file/FrLR3t9jZ9…
Homework file link: https://www.figma.com/file/8js2feuv6L…M

    CONTENTS:

  • (0:00:18) Intro
  • (0:02:13) Accessing Tutorial and Homework Files
  • (0:04:24) Project Overview
  • (0:05:27) Recommending Personal and freeCodeCamp Channel
  • (0:06:25) Basics Overview
  • (0:08:22) Learning The Frame Functionality
  • (0:10:25) Learning The Autolayout Functionality
  • (0:14:39) Learning The Component Functionality
  • (0:18:55) Learning The Variant Functionality
  • (0:21:42) Creating The Type System
  • (0:28:41) Creating The Color Palette/System
  • (0:35:54) Creating The Icon Set
  • (0:41:34) Creating Input Variants
  • (0:52:23) Creating Large Button Variant
  • (1:00:47) Designing Sign Up and Login Screen
  • (1:18:46) Creating Status Bar Variant
  • (1:23:14) Creating The Filter Variant
  • (1:27:40) Creating Bottom Navigation Variant
  • (1:35:02) Creating Image Card Variant
  • (1:49:27) Updating Input Variant
  • (1:57:31) Designing The Discover Screens
  • (2:15:20) Creating Large Avatar Variant
  • (2:24:05) Creating Small Button Variant
  • (2:32:45) Creating The Benefit Card Variant
  • (2:46:45) Designing Details Screen

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