8 comments

  • Lucian .esLucian .es, 3 months ago

    You got me at Jordan Peterson ;)

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  • Raphael LoderRaphael Loder, 3 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, 3 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 Serbanoiu, 3 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, 3 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 Serbanoiu, 3 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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