If you’re anything like me, then you’re probably always looking for new ways to improve your design process. Whether that means trying out new software or learning new techniques, there’s always room for improvement.
One area that I’ve been wanting to improve lately is my perspective in Figma. I often find myself getting stuck in the same design rut, where everything I create looks the same. This is likely because I’ve been relying on the same perspective for too long.
Changing your perspective is a great way to refresh your design process and come up with new ideas. It can be as simple as moving your canvas around or changing the way you look at your subject.
Here are a few tips on how you can change perspective in Figma:
1. Move your canvas around
One of the easiest ways to change perspective is simply by moving your canvas around. This will force you to look at your subject from a different angle and could help you see things that you wouldn’t have seen before.
2. Try a different viewport
If you’re working in 3D, then try changing the viewport that you’re using. This will give you a different perspective of your subject and can help you come up with new ideas.
3. Use a different camera angle
If you’re rendering an image, try changing the camera angle that you’re using. This can have a big impact on the overall look of your image and can help you get a different perspective.
4. Move around in your scene
If you’re working in 2D, then try moving around in your scene. This will help you get a different perspective of your subject and could help you come up with new ideas.
5. Try a different zoom level
Zooming in or out can also give you a different perspective of your subject. This is especially helpful if you’re working in 2D, as it can help you see things that you wouldn’t have seen before.