Be nice. Or else.
Sydney UI Designer Joined over 2 years ago
Proto.io. A slightly steeper learning curve than the others but they have way more flexibility and functions than the aformentioned. Once you learn it you can pump out the animations.
Do $400 noise cancelling earbuds count?
Awesome, super keen to try. I love sketch but they've really slowed down with the feature releases, or at least with the features that I want. Just a not on the website, the bouncing button drives me bonkers!
congratulations, I have loved illustrator for a long time but adobes pricing models have pushed me toward affinity. The monopoly is over! Sketch still can't do vector drawings with the same flexibility as illustrator so it still doesn't compare in that regard
It indeed does depend. If you're working on a data-heavy website then between 13 and 15px, if it's a website that allows for space to play with then 16px. Mobile I'm not as confident with.
great plugin. Only thing I've noticed is that the numbering is reversed unless you reverse the order of the artboards when they are created
this is as cool as a white dude twerking. Self-consciously cool.
• Find and replace colours, font styles etc • Less dependency on plugins or at least work on compatibility issues with popular plugins so they work with sketch updates • Dynamic buttons and containers • Ability to click and drag to select objects within a group • Don't exit a group when one item is deleted within it • Blending modes don't work very well. My favourite one in adobe is "soft light" and sketch's version is nothing like it, unless I'm doing it wrong? • Direct selection tool
I like stipple brushes though they chew up memory
None. Every time I buy one it doesn't work with the next Illustrator release. I use a lot of brushes though
Be nice. Or else.
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