Should I buy a Mac and switch to Sketch?

over 6 years ago from Ettore Tortora, Product Designer

  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, over 6 years ago

    I hear this a lot and agree in abstract, but practically some tools are just better than others.

    Take something simple like screwing something into a tough wall. Sure you can do it by hand with a hand-screw, but a power-tool is going to be much faster and give you just as good of a result.

    So in the end the quality of a design certainly has little to do with the tool that created it, but you can get there a whole lot faster with some tools and not others and that's important when designing professionally.

    Is being serious about design only caring about the end result, or also caring about the process?

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