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Sketch for Print Design

6 years ago from , UX Designer

Is it possible to use Sketch only for print design? I would love to get rid of my Adobe subscription, but haven't found a way. Anyone have tips?

7 comments

  • Kay Spiegel, almost 6 years ago

    You should test Affinity Designer for print stuff. I tried Sketch for print but it's kind of a workaround as Sketch was not made with printing in mind.

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    • Danaan ClarkeDanaan Clarke, almost 6 years ago

      I haven't tried Affinity Designer. What do you use it for?

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      • Kay Spiegel, almost 6 years ago

        I use it for more complex graphic elements that have to be vector based to use in UI designs I craft in Sketch and I use it basically for all print stuff (business cards, sheets, flyers etc.). I don't do that much but sometimes it comes in handy.

        Affinity Designer replaced Illustrator in my workflow.

        1 point
      • Account deleted almost 6 years ago

        +1 for Affinity Designer

        Have you tried the beta for Affinity Photo?

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  • Deb JohnsonDeb Johnson, almost 6 years ago

    Definitely use Affinity Designer. It's theoretically possible to use Sketch for print material (I used to before I discovered Affinity), but lack of CMYK and measurement units - e.g. inches - made it challenging. Affinity is the way to go!

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  • Warren DodsdaleWarren Dodsdale, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    There's this post by Peter Nowell from last summer.

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