A variety of pre-built themes are ready for use under the Themes tab. Simply click the theme you'd like to use from this menu to apply the Theme to your screen.
If you have a specific theme in mind, you're able to create your own theme by clicking the '+' in the top-right corner of the menu that will launch a modal where you can create and customize your own theme. Read more about the configuration options available under each section.
In this tab, you are able to configure the color palette to be used throughout your project. Please note: Certain settings are automatically applied to certain components that are described in the table below.
The default background color of the screen
The default color of the Divider
You can override these colors choices in the Properties Panel
For the Background: Select the Screen in the Layer Tree and select a new color in the 'Styles' tab.
For Components: You can do this by going to the 'Configs' tab and selecting a new color under the
When you click the eyedropper, a color picker will appear where you are able to use the color picker to select a color or cycle between the options to enter a hex, RGBA, or HSLA value for your color.
You can add custom Text/Text Decoration and Border Decoration colors by clicking the color panel next to the color dropdown in the Properties Panel. In this window, you can use the color picker, enter a HEX value, or an RGBA value to select a custom color for the property you've selected.
In this tab, you are able to set the typography to be used throughout your project.
Draftbit offers numerous type styles that can be set individually to your liking. In the picture below, you'll see what text looks like in each available type style in the default Draftbit theme. In addition to changing the font for each type, you are able to set the Font Size, Spacing and Line Height.
Set the default appearance of the corners of Buttons used in your project.
Set the Global Radius setting which can be applied to components under the Borders section of the Properties Panel.
In this tab, you are able to configure the Elevation that can be applied to Cards or Containers. Here you are able to customize the color, size, opacity, and position of the drop shadow across 4 different Elevation settings.
All of the options on this page are configured with the number of absolute pixels you would like to apply.
Adjusts padding between headlines and body text within components.
Smaller margins between related content such as cards, lists, and grids.
Medium padding between related content such as elements in cards. Buttons also inherit this padding.
Larger margins between content and used inside cards as well as margins between lists of rows.
Adjusts left/right margins of Containers.
Updated 11 months ago