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Resources for Designing UI/UX with Sketch

By Andrew Wolf

Introduction

Resources for learning and exploring Sketch, Bohemian Code's excellent UI / UX design app for the iOS.

Added by Andrew Wolf: “An excellent post on Timur's process of preparing Sketch for iOS development. I had to read it 3 times as the English is sometimes confusing, but once I got it, I realize how helpful it was.

1 Organising Sketch 3 for iOS — .Sketch App — Medium

Organising Sketch for iOSUpdated Sketch 3 workflow for iOS developmentWe have grown up. The app has changed a lot brings us symbols, newly arrived export and even some bitmap editing. The community has expanded dramatically - many tools and companies support Sketch. I would like to share an update for my previous article covers Sketch 3 new features. You can

Added by Andrew Wolf: “First you need to download Sketch from Bohemian Coding. Don't worry there's a 30 day free trial.

3 Bohemian Coding

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Discovering Sketch “the designer’s toolbox”

6 Discovering Sketch — Medium

Sketch icon by Emanuel SáDiscovering Sketch"the designer's toolbox"During my last trip to San Francisco for the WWDC 2013, I have been lucky enough to meet great people from all over the world that are dedicated and passionate about building better experiences and better tools for designer. I tried Sketch (Mac only) when it was first released a year ago. The

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Simple intro to Sketch from Meng To

7 Design with Sketch — Design with Sketch — Medium

It's been one year since I first wrote about Sketch. Since then, Sketch released Mirror, Background Blur, and made many improvements for Artboards, SVG support and speed. All of these considerably allowing us designers to adapt to the future of design - a world with as little design as possible, and where user interface design is at the forefront. It

Added by Andrew Wolf: “The Sketch Manual Part 1: How & why I moved to Sketch (story, resources and insights)

8 The Sketch Manual Part 1: How & why I moved to Sketch (story, resources and insights)

I bet most of you are like me. You have a demanding full time job, maybe a family, maybe other side projects going on. No free time on your hands, not to talk about switching your main design tool. But on the other hand - let's agree that opportunities need to be taken up on if you think that you

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Making the switch from Photoshop to Sketch.

9 Photoshop Users: How To Switch To Sketch

Many requested that I write a tutorial on how to get started with Sketch so here it is. Sketch is the best alternative to Photoshop and is completely focused on user interface design. I must admit that the resources for Sketch are underwhelming right now and I am on a mission to fix that. Note: while it's good to learn

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Some more great tips.

10 10 Tips & Best Practices for SketchApp

If you're a UI designer or product designer and you haven't heard of Sketch yet, then you must not be on Twitter, or reading industry blogs much. In all seriousness, Sketch is fast becoming the go-to app for user interface design on Mac. You can try Sketch for free before you buy it. Already using Sketch? Here are a few

Added by Andrew Wolf: “More useful tips from the InVision blog. Once you start to get familiar with Sketch, you'll find that one or two tips n each of these "Tip & Tricks" entries will really resonate.

11 11 tips for prototyping with Sketch « Thoughts on users, experience, and design from the folks at InVision.

The fine folks over at Bohemian Coding built Sketch specifically for designers who make things for screens, so it's a natural for prototyping. Here are a few tips for using Sketch to prototype that should make things smoother, faster, and easier for ya. 1. Size your artboards rightOkay, okay-this might not be the most mind-blowing tip on the list, but

Added by Andrew Wolf: “More power tips on setting up your initial Sketch environment efficiently

12 Clever tips, thoughts and insights for your favorite design app.

Sometimes in life there are a few small things to keep in check, for instance, tidying your desk a little everyday means you don't have a huge job later especially if you need to find something. The same goes for when working on your Sketch files there are some simple tips that you should always try keep in mind that

Added by Andrew Wolf: “From Gibbon -- Their article on how they designed the Gibbon App and how Sketch fits into their workflow.

16 Designing the Gibbon iPhone App

Wouter de Bres on January 28, 2015 When we launched Gibbon for the web, we already knew that mobile apps would be essential to make this product succeed. At first we thought the iPad would be the perfect device for Gibbon, but soon we discovered that even though most people love reading on an iPad, it's a device people don't

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Another great compilation of articles, tips and resources

17 Manage Your Sketch Plugin with Sketch Toolbox

Sketch Plugin are great little tools that can make your work easier and faster. Obtain and installing the plugins is very easy. The problem arise when the plugin author updated the plugin. It's imposible for us (the users) to check every plugin's author website or Github page to check any update. This is where Sketch Toolbox comes to make things

Added by Andrew Wolf: “Working with Typography in Sketch

19 Linked Text Styles — Medium

Design is dynamic and adaptability is key. Functions, features, and aesthetics are often likely to change. It goes without saying that the latest version of Sketch is incredibly powerful. Agility, flexibility, and the ease of adaptation are all core attributes of Sketch 3. Amongst the newest enhancements is the heavily sought after feature, "Symbols". But the magic doesn't stop there

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