10 comments

  • Jeffrey LarrimoreJeffrey Larrimore, over 3 years ago

    I just hope the bugginess stops in V3. I think it is a wonderful tool, but when people try and say it's less buggy then adobe software I would have to disagree they both have their faults, and uses for that matter.

    fingers crossed for tomorrow launch

    4 points
  • Michael SchultzMichael Schultz, over 3 years ago

    It's official. Sketch is coming today.

    https://twitter.com/sketchapp/status/455624281373040640

    3 points
  • Orta TheroxOrta Therox, over 3 years ago

    I'm really excited about this. As a mostlydeveloper I don't think its worth me paying for a subscription for the Adobe software and Sketch really has become a tool I use daily.

    Feedback from people I know using the beta has been positive, I'm certainly looking forwards to giving this a try.

    2 points
    • Hmphry xHmphry x, over 3 years ago

      Sketch would be awesome if it weren't for that horrible, crippling, broken SVG export.

      2 points
  • Matt ScorteMatt Scorte, over 3 years ago

    This is perfect! Getting my first MacBook in the mail tomorrow!

    2 points
  • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    I'm still wondering if I should learn more about Sketch. The designers I work along side are always saying I should just learn Illustrator. As a front-end dev, is Sketch worth spending the time to learn?

    0 points
    • Matt McDanielMatt McDaniel, over 3 years ago

      Should just learn Illustrator

      Sketch instead

      1 point
    • Mathieu MayerMathieu Mayer, over 3 years ago

      As a designer that spends half of his time producing front-end code; Sketch turned out to be much more valuable in my workflow than Illustrator (except for exporting SVGs, as highlighted by someone else above).

      Sketch is really the missing bound between wireframes and pixel perfect mockups done in Photoshop (which don't make any sense anymore in my opinion since web/app design became more minimalist and largely dependant on animations/interactions).

      I just wish the team who made Sketch could work on an additional software that allows to easily mock up animations and export to CSS :P

      1 point
    • Jonathan YapJonathan Yap, over 3 years ago

      Both tool share some similarities, but it you start from illustrator, sketch is going to be a breeze.

      Sketch is very easy to get into though, spend 1 afternoon and you'll probably figure out how most things work.

      If you are not looking into doing a lot of vector artwork, you probably be better just jumping straight into sketch.

      1 point
  • Bob Wassermann, over 3 years ago (edited over 3 years ago )

    Looking forward :)

    0 points