8 comments

  • Lucian .esLucian .es, 11 months ago

    You got me at Jordan Peterson ;)

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  • Raphael LoderRaphael Loder, 11 months ago

    There's a suggestion for:

    [initials-of-the-designer]-[date]-[version]

    es-04042018-v1.sketch

    But I would strongly argue for 2018_04_04-es-v1.sketch, as it's ordered correctly by date first and also displays the current files first when the order is set to descending.

    Edit: to clarify, I meant to set the order YEAR_MONTH_DAY, as it is the only logical choice.

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  • Matthew BlodeMatthew Blode, 11 months ago

    Great article and it's always great to toss in some JBP. My goal is to get better at keyboard shortcuts within Sketch. The one thing I noticed is that the shortcuts don't cover nearly enough of the actions I'd want to complete, especially if you're coming from a text editor...

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    • Emanuel SerbanoiuEmanuel Serbanoiu, 11 months ago

      I appreciate you saying that!

      A good way to learn shortcuts is to hide the toolbar or to hide most of the icons on it. It will really speed up your workflow!

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      • Matthew BlodeMatthew Blode, 11 months ago

        Haha like a trial by fire sort of thing. There is also a good app called cheatsheet for Mac where if you hold down command for a few seconds, every shortcut pops up if you get stuck.

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        • Emanuel SerbanoiuEmanuel Serbanoiu, 11 months ago

          Yes, the trial of fire! You know the elite devs do the same thing when they turn their mouse upside down, we need to catch up!

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