• Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, almost 6 years ago

    50€ for already 75% off? That is expensive.

    4 points
    • Richard SisonRichard Sison, almost 6 years ago

      …Yeah agreed.

      It's convenient to have them in Sketch that's for sure, but I wouldn't value it at $200. I mean, LStore's Presentation Kit is $70 and yes, it's PSD but the quality is amazing (probably because it IS a PSD).

      5 points
      • Meng ToMeng To, almost 6 years ago

        $200 is the full price, but it's currently $50, which I believe is less than most packages out there. We worked on this for 6 months and spent a ton of time making it specifically useful to Sketch users with a massive library. We also made a free Sketch plugin that works with Nested Symbols to ensure a good experience when applying your mockups.

        Appreciate your feedback!

        2 points
        • Richard SisonRichard Sison, almost 6 years ago

          I hear you but the reason I look at the full price is because although the price is an awesome deal now, if in future I buy an update, the full price is more indicative of what my upgrade price would be based off.

          And although what you've created here is pretty mind-blowing for sketch, I actually still prefer the look of the Photoshop one I referenced above...

          Maybe if the kit had a cheaper version with less perspectives or one colour variant or something... I don't know. Basically I still think it's pretty expensive.

          0 points
          • matt michelsonmatt michelson, almost 6 years ago

            For what it's worth, if that's your concern, this upgrade was only $30 for owners of the previous version. Personally, I've found these really useful!

            0 points
            • Richard SisonRichard Sison, almost 6 years ago

              I totally hear you — I find the discounted price pretty good. And almost bought it due to the size of the discount.

              What stopped me was the fact that:

              • I don't need it right now. I find that these mockups only really useful to have when I'm doing a portfolio or presentation. I don't have anything lined up right now (where my existing library won't do).
              • The full price. Although the discounted price I'd pay right now is comparable to other good quality sets (which are full price), I'm concerned what that means for the future when I do need to upgrade. Because i don't need it right now, it's very likely my "upgrade price" to get new devices would be the same as I just paid or more. Whereas the equivalent upgrade cost of another mockup kit would be less.
              • What I need: I get that there are a LOT of devices, angles and configurations but it would nice to have options to buy. Also, I think saying 500 devices and mockups may be a bit misleading… I think it would be helpful to actually have the list of devices, angles, colour variations and shadow types.

              It does look like an awesome product. And have a LOT of respect for Meng To and what he's contributed to the design community. I just compare it to other things out there and couldn't justify it in the end…

              0 points
  • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, almost 6 years ago

    Really nice.. but can you slow down your tutorial videos? They're really hard to follow. Or at least give an option to 0.5x the speed.

    1 point
    • Meng ToMeng To, almost 6 years ago

      Absolutely! Will work on a real video with voice. At the office, we're still in the process of setting a sound room. Also, as a dad, it's hard to find quiet places. But, I'll get it done this weekend!

      0 points
  • Account deleted almost 6 years ago

    Whoa whoa, what's with the colors? My eyes are burning!

    Nice positioning of the dickbar.

    0 points