Figma is a powerful tool that allows you to create responsive designs, but since Maze allows you to test on devices with different screen sizes, you can run into trouble if your prototype isn’t designed to adjust to different screen heights.
If you have a fixed footer in your design that’s not appearing in your Maze test, or you notice that your footer is partially cut off, it’s possible you have not pinned your footer correctly to the bottom of the design.
For example, if you are designing for an iPhone 11 Pro with a resolution of 375x812 px and your fixed footer has ‘Constraint’ properties set to Left and Top, this means your footer will be fixed 812 px down from the top of the Frame. If your testers are using devices smaller than an iPhone 11 Pro, the footer will actually be located below the fold on their device, and will never appear even if the user scrolls down, since the position is fixed a distance from the top that is impossible to display on their device’s shorter screen.
To avoid this, you will want to set the ‘Constraint’ properties to Left and Bottom, and enable the Fix position when scrolling setting to ensure your footer will remain fixed relative to the bottom of the screen.
You’ll also want to ensure that you’ve sized your frames to the shortest screen height you anticipate your testers using, and set an overflow behavior that allows scrolling. This guarantees the best tester experience regardless of screen height. Please review Figma’s documentation here for additional information: Prototype scrolling with overflow behavior
If you need to update these settings in an existing project, please update the ‘Constraint’ properties in Figma, then go back to your maze and click Refresh my prototype to reflect these updates.
If you've already sent your test live, it won’t be possible to update it. In this case, please duplicate the test, make the necessary edits in Figma, then go back to the duplicated maze test and click Refresh my prototype to see these changes.