I'm waiting for a plugin with "Make Design" button.
Whoa. They just replaced and enhanced like 4 Sketch plugins I regularly use. Bravo!
For everyone who was requesting a Sketch Plug-in, Craft is perfect for using Khaled Ipsum: http://khaledipsum.com
no shame :3
that dedicated UI is a pretty aggressive beachhead in Sketch. looks like they're just getting started.
I'm worried that this feature will break on any updates to sketch. Notice that this is an installer not an official plugin.
It does actually install a Sketch plugin, along with some binaries. Looks sketchy and I would't trust a company that wants an email address to let you download free stuff and then subscribes you to 20 newsletters.
Downloaded it and started using it right away. This is an awesome plugin. Good work Invision!
EDIT: I've tested the plugin in a new Sketch document and it worked nice. When I tried using it in an existing document, It didn't work. Im not sure what's the issue! I'll report it to their support.
EDIT 2: Nevermind, it wasnt a bug. To show the plugin panel I had to go to Plugins>Toggle panels. In top menu bar.
Kudos to Invision for this one. There's been a lot of plugins like this over the years but Craft looks legit.
Can't get the panel to show up. Re-installed twice, same.
Me neither :(
Same here :(
None of these 3 plugins feel all that useful.
The Type plugin gets the job done, but I would much rather type names and dates myself then go to Window > Extensions > Type, then click on Name, select my gender and have the plugin do it for me.
The Duplicate plugin is the better of them, acting like an action that duplicates a group/layer a certain number of times, but the interface feels too messy to ever earn a space in my workspace. Duplicator does all of that without all the crap.
Lastly, the Photos plugin will place either random photos from Unsplash or from a Dropbox folder int your comp. Useful.
InVision guys, you're my heroes. Seriously. Not gay.
I'm sure there are also women working there.
I admit, I was a bit on emotions when making that comment. My apologies.
Welp that last bit was unnecessary.
As a gay man I would love for you to explain why you put this there.
This is super rad! Thank you inVision. The same features Project Comet was offering me, but I get to keep using Sketch which I've come to love and use at a regular basis.
InVision continues to blow me away with new features. Excited to hear what else their "LABS" division comes up with.
It basically closes the gap between Photoshop/Sketch and Project Comet with the duplicate tool... it's really really powerful, thanks InVision. And I guess there is something in progress with Macaw ;)
Just a quick note though: The "web" tab isn't available in the tools (I'm using Photoshop CS6)
it's cool, but not that good. Images from unsplash are huge and take time to download, for others you need to find a link to use them. I would stick with content generator for now until this tool improves. Generating a grid that auto pre fills does not improve my workflow that much that I would consider using it. It just depends on how you are used to work with a tool. But it's definitely something to consider in the future when it improves.
Content-aware copy and paste? Pretty cool stuff.
Looks interesting, will give it a whirl. It has a few of those items that piqued my interest when I was watching Adobe showcase Project Comet.
I've just started using it for a project and I must say the plugin blows my mind. It's insanenly great!
I've just wrote an article about how to use Craft in Sketch! Have a look with those animation GIF if you haven't try out the tool!
I can't seem to find it on photoshop, and already installed it (manually, the installer wasn't working). Photoshop CC 2014 here.
It's in Windows > Extensions :)
It's great to have a company like Invision in our corner. They're constantly pushing design further.
Guys plugin is great but you must see other side of that relase. Sketch will add panel options for plugin development, I searched plugin folder and all Craft file are .sketchpanel, it's container with files in js, css and html, fonts and tiffs.
All it tells me is to sign up to inVision. No plugin files whatsoever. Any hints?
Go to http://labs.invisionapp.com/craft and you'll get a download link to the plugin files by mail when signing up ! :)
Yes but the email has no download link... :( I want to see this....
As much as I dig the design of the LABS site, this one feels rougher... claustrophobic. The logo/download/social icons floating over it all doesn't really help either. The grid on this just makes it hard for me to digest the content...