36 comments

  • Gadzhi KharkharovGadzhi Kharkharov, over 4 years ago

    I'm waiting for a plugin with "Make Design" button.

    33 points
  • Jesse HoyosJesse Hoyos, over 4 years ago

    Whoa. They just replaced and enhanced like 4 Sketch plugins I regularly use. Bravo!

    9 points
  • Patrick WongPatrick Wong, over 4 years ago

    For everyone who was requesting a Sketch Plug-in, Craft is perfect for using Khaled Ipsum: http://khaledipsum.com

    7 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, over 4 years ago

    that dedicated UI is a pretty aggressive beachhead in Sketch. looks like they're just getting started.

    4 points
    • Michael SenaMichael Sena, over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

      I'm worried that this feature will break on any updates to sketch. Notice that this is an installer not an official plugin.

      0 points
      • Filip RadelicFilip Radelic, over 4 years ago

        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.

        3 points
  • Abdulrahman JarallahAbdulrahman Jarallah, over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

    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.

    3 points
  • Andy LeverenzAndy Leverenz, over 4 years ago

    Kudos to Invision for this one. There's been a lot of plugins like this over the years but Craft looks legit.

    3 points
  • Razlan HanafiahRazlan Hanafiah, over 4 years ago

    Can't get the panel to show up. Re-installed twice, same.

    2 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, over 4 years ago

    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.

    2 points
  • Dominik LevitskyDominik Levitsky, over 4 years ago

    InVision guys, you're my heroes. Seriously. Not gay.

    2 points
  • Manny Larios, over 4 years ago

    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.

    2 points
  • Matt CastilloMatt Castillo, over 4 years ago

    InVision continues to blow me away with new features. Excited to hear what else their "LABS" division comes up with.

    2 points
  • Manuel SainsilyManuel Sainsily, over 4 years ago

    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)

    2 points
  • Mike AbbotMike Abbot, over 4 years ago

    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.

    1 point
  • Michael AleoMichael Aleo, over 4 years ago

    Content-aware copy and paste? Pretty cool stuff.

    1 point
  • Ivan BozicIvan Bozic, over 4 years ago

    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.

    1 point
  • Jonas S, over 4 years ago

    I've just started using it for a project and I must say the plugin blows my mind. It's insanenly great!

    0 points
  • Pizza Yap , over 4 years ago

    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!

    https://medium.com/minitheory-design/holy-sh-t-designing-with-real-data-in-real-time-in-sketch-and-photoshop-1b3610c77a59#.gxc7qv7gm

    Thanks!

    0 points
  • Antonio PratasAntonio Pratas, over 4 years ago

    I can't seem to find it on photoshop, and already installed it (manually, the installer wasn't working). Photoshop CC 2014 here.

    0 points
  • Ian LambertIan Lambert, over 4 years ago

    It's great to have a company like Invision in our corner. They're constantly pushing design further.

    0 points
  • Maciej JurczakMaciej Jurczak, over 4 years ago

    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.

    0 points
  • Juan SolanoJuan Solano, over 4 years ago

    All it tells me is to sign up to inVision. No plugin files whatsoever. Any hints?

    0 points
  • Account deleted over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

    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...

    http://labs.invisionapp.com/craft

    0 points