Be nice. Or else.
Senior Product Designer at Spotify Joined about 3 years ago
I've always thought the Framer theme was really nice. I'd love support for Sublime Text.
Glad you're finding it useful!
I'd love to check it out if you've still got any invites left.
I think Playbook is a nice focused view of your Dribbble work, and has some good customization options, but the work you post to Dribbble isn't always the same work you'd put in a portfolio. And it wasn't necessarily posted with same audience in mind. Often the primary goal there is to produce easily consumable, and like-able shots that visually wow. But the value of the work in your portfolio might be more than how eye-catching it is in a Dribbble feed. You might want to go into a level of detail you wouldn't go into on Dribbble about particular projects, to give someone hiring you a real glimpse into your process and how you think.
I hadn't seen this. This is great.
I'm working on a plugin to do just this.
A suggestion for how to open a specific section more quickly:
Provide commands in the menu to directly open each section of Sketch Runner. That way we could assign custom keyboard shortcuts for, say, /run and /goto.
I like the added distinction, but I wish they still had the lines in the middle of the icons that center a layer. It is a little harder to tell the different between the icons without them.
I've wanted this feature too.
I'd love to be able to scale a symbol without it affecting the scale of the original symbol. Ideally, I'd also be able to edit the original symbol and have the changes reflected in the scaled symbol. Similar to how you can exclude text from a symbol, it would be nice to exclude the size.
I'd definitely find prototyping on both platforms useful.
Be nice. Or else.
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