We maintain all the assets with Craft plugin for Sketch, and keep everything up-to-date among team members using BitTorrent Sync. Simple and works like a charm. Version control is an issue though, any thoughts?
I have a similar question, and cannot find answers online: while text and code can be quite easily kept up to date and synced with a large team, images cannot. for example, each UI kit of Design system has examples of do's and don'ts, using visuals to illustrate best practice. Does anyone have a good solution for keeping UI kits references up to date?
I had tried using the Dropbox + Symlink method in an earlier version of Sketch (Sketch 2 I think...) with no luck. I'm glad it's finally working!
We ended up using Github to mange our Sketch templates folder. Any of our designers can make a change to the template and commit those changes. Everyone on the team sees the commit in Slack and pulls those changes down to their template file (Make sure you sync before you edit the template file again, theres no way to merge conflicts in a .sketch file :)
It's worked out well enough and we've gotten in the habit of documenting the changes in the template file in the summery/description of each commit.