Drew Christiano

Sr Experience Designer at Think Brownstone Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to How Sketch Went from Savior to Sketchy, in reply to David Thurgood , Nov 17, 2015

    I can see where it comes off as overdramatic, but unfortunately this is my reality right now. 3.4.2 wouldn't let me open 100MB+ files... Sketch suggested I downgrade to 3.4.1 which seems to have done the trick.

    I hear you on workflow/equipment, but the only way to resolve this kind of problem would be duplicate workstreams in different environments, which isn't really ideal.

    For reference, here's my setup: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qmsi6j548k63e2a/Screenshot%202015-11-17%2009.09.07.png?dl=0

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  • Posted to How Sketch Went from Savior to Sketchy, in reply to David Thurgood , Nov 16, 2015

    Sketch is great! It's an amazing tool that's made my job far more enjoyable. And yes, they've done a fantastic job of acknowledging the problems, apologizing, and communicating how they're fixing them.

    But they're not infallible, and this version was not ready for public release. I have important files I can't open and hangups/crashes that are setting back projects . My investment in Sketch is exactly why my disappointment is so pointed.

    Also, I didn't know they posted beta releases, thanks! I'll definitely be checking that out in the future.

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  • Posted to How Sketch Went from Savior to Sketchy, in reply to Klein Maetschke , Nov 16, 2015

    I never said you shouldn't be using Sketch. I love Sketch.

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  • Posted to How Sketch Went from Savior to Sketchy, in reply to Thompson George , Nov 16, 2015

    It doesn't look like it's happening for everybody, only a subset of users.

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  • Posted to Fast Company Redesign, in reply to ポール ウェッブ , Feb 27, 2015

    Thanks, Paul!

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  • Posted to Get Info Redesigned, Dec 18, 2014

    I get so sad when I can't use redesigned UI's right. now.

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