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Consistent Design Systems in Sketch With Atomic Design and the Auto-Layout Plugin

Do you design digital products (or websites) and hand design files off to developers for implementation? If you answered yes, settle in! While the should-designers-code debate rages on, we’re going to look at how adding a methodology to your design workflow can make you faster, more consistent, and loved by all developers… even if you don’t code.… Read article “Consistent Design Systems in Sketch With Atomic Design and the Auto-Layout Plugin”

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Sketching in the Browser

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Tools for Thinking and Tools for Systems

I’ve been obsessed with design tools the past two years, with apps like as Sketch, Figma and Photoshop perhaps being the most prolific of the bunch. We use these tools to make high fidelity mockups and ensure high quality user experiences. These tools (and others) are awesome and are generally upping our game as designers and developers, but I believe that the way they’ve changed the way we produce work and define UX will soon produce yet another new wave … Read article “Tools for Thinking and Tools for Systems”

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React Sketch.app

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Sketch Now Replicates Inside & Outside Stroke Alignment

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Papercons

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Preparing and Exporting SVG Icons in Sketch

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Exporting Images in Multiple Resolutions Simultaneously

It’s always nice to see design tooling evolve to accommodate modern needs. Let’s look at an example of that: image exporting. Designers and developers spend loads of time exporting images. The design work often happens in software designed for designing, and assets from that design are exported for use when building out that design elsewhere.

High density displays have complicated this process a bit. Mobile and web developers now need to produce image assets in multiple resolutions to accommodate different … Read article “Exporting Images in Multiple Resolutions Simultaneously”