Be nice. Or else.
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I think basic typography is essential to drafting layouts, especially at low fidelity. It’s the most effective tool you have to work with.
Perhaps you’re better off sticking with something invisible like Helvetica or Times, and work on better communicating expectations with the client. I have found using greyscale is the simplest way to communicate low fidelity.
Talks would be a bonus
I’ve got the same, with an additional benefit:
This includes a column showing file attributes like Hidden, Restricted, etc
For this outstanding “2 page” article we’ve got:
1 fullpage ad
12 banner ads
16 clickbait ads
It adds up quick, but it depends on your workflow I guess. For instance if you’re using Sketch to map out entire projects, then it’s not very practical. Seems to be tailored towards single page documents.
Slick interface anyway.