• Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 2 years ago

    This is purely my opinion, but I feel a modern digital designer should learn git, not just learn the bad git workflow habits that a GUI-only user ends up with. You'll integrate far better with an agency, and have an improved understanding of how version controlling works.

    These days, it pays for a designer to have a level of development workflow under their belt. We're not in a single-hat world any more, you'll end up having to wear a full stack of hats some day if you aren't already.

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    • Mathieu Dutour, 2 years ago

      I totally agree! But you still need something to make your sketch files usable in git. That’s what Kactus is doing. Also I feel that a GUI is probably a good place to start instead of giving up because of a too steep learning curve :)

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      • Marijn ScholtusMarijn Scholtus, 2 years ago

        That is what the Kactus CLI is doing, but is the Kactus app a hard requirement to make the workflow work? I’d much rather do everything from the command line and have watch scripts do the heavy lifting. Is that a feasible route?

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        • Mathieu Dutour, 2 years ago

          Yes of course, you can check out the “kactus-io/kactus-cli” repo, that’s what Kactus uses under the hood. Not too much documentation yet but open an issue on the repo and I’ll answer your questions if any :)

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