Figma Checkbox Components

Checkbox Components are an important part of a website for making clear decision flows. Checkboxes are designed with labels and icons to indicate behaviors. Pagedone’s consistent, accessible components enable intuitive experiences and simplify system logic.

Figma Checkbox Components

Checkboxes give users the ability to choose multiple items at the same time from a group. Radio buttons, on the other hand, restrict users to selecting only a single option from a set. Both checkboxes and radio buttons can also function as on/off switches to enable or disable an individual setting. These controls provide users with versatile ways to make selections based on their unique needs.

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There is an important additional state for checkboxes - the indeterminate state. In this unique mode, a checkbox appears neither checked nor unchecked. It has an unclear or partially selected appearance. The indeterminate checkbox signifies a case where only some options from a list are chosen or deselected, not all of them. This helps communicate to users that a subset of items is currently picked, but not the full set. The indeterminate look draws attention to this mixed selection scenario.

Figma Checkbox Components Properties

there are a total of 5 properties for the checkbox component.

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The checkbox component has five total properties that can be adjusted. The property names are Size, Text, Sub Text, Click, and State. These settings control different aspects of how the checkboxes appear and function. Users can modify things like the overall dimensions, the main label text, any additional subtext, clickability, and the current visual state. Configuring these five properties allows for complete customization of the checkbox elements.

Figma Checkbox Properties: Type

The checkboxes come in two distinct styles. The first is the standard checkbox type. The second is called the undefined checkbox variation. These represent the two appearance options available for this form control.

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Users can choose between the common checkbox look or the alternative undefined checkbox design. The two different types allow for flexibility in matching the visual style to the specific needs of the interface.

Figma Checkbox Properties: Size

The checkbox component in Figma offers two size options to choose from. The first size is small which makes the checkboxes compact. The second size is medium which displays the checkboxes at a larger default scale.

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These two sizes, small and medium, provide designers with choices for the overall dimensions of the checkbox elements. Selecting the appropriate size allows for tailoring the checkboxes to best fit the layout and needs of the specific interface design.

Figma Checkbox Properties: Text & Sub Text

The checkbox component has properties for both primary text and secondary subtext. The text property controls the main label or title that describes the checkbox. The sub text property allows adding additional explanatory text below the main label.

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Enabling or disabling these text properties determines if only the primary text appears or if a supplementary subtext line is also displayed. The text and sub text settings give flexibility in providing as much or as little descriptive messaging as needed for each checkbox control.

Figma Checkbox Properties: Click

The checkbox element offers a property to control the check mark symbol. This setting manages when the check mark appears inside the checkbox. A toggle option determines whether the check mark should be visible or hidden.

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When the toggle is enabled, it displays a visible check mark to indicate the checkbox is currently selected. Disabling the toggle hides the check mark symbol, signifying the checkbox is currently unselected. This check mark property gives users precise control over whether the checked state is visually represented with a mark inside the box.

Figma Checkbox Properties: State

The checkbox component has three different visual states it can display. The first is the default state, which shows the standard unchecked appearance. The second is the hover state, which is triggered when the user's mouse cursor moves over the checkbox. The third state is the disabled state, which grays out the checkbox to indicate it is currently unusable.

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These three states - default, hover, and disabled - allow the checkbox to provide clear visual feedback to users about its current condition and availability for interaction. Designers can customize the appearance in each state to best communicate the checkbox's status.

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Figma Checkbox Components

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