Nicolas Prieto

Nicolas Prieto

Mendoza, Argentina Designer at Sketch Joined over 5 years ago

  • 7 stories
  • 59 comments
  • 10 upvotes
  • Posted to Sketch 55, in reply to Ryan Hicks , May 22, 2019

    This is a bug we are aware and working on.

    10 points
  • Posted to Sketch 55, in reply to Mircea Iurcu , May 21, 2019

    Already fixed in this release :)

    6 points
  • Posted to Sketch 54: Snapping Improvements and Dark Mode Switch, in reply to Andrew C , Apr 10, 2019

    This was quite some work. Notice updates are coming more often now, some would be mostly polishing and improvements, others would be focused on new features.

    0 points
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, in reply to George Brown , Mar 13, 2019

    This is the sort of replies that makes me stay away from DN. There's no way one can have a civilized conversation. But what do I know?

    0 points
  • Posted to Sketch Buttons as Symbols wo Plugin, in reply to George Brown , Mar 12, 2019

    Hey George. That sounds a bit inaccurate I think. Padding is coming soon to Sketch.

    0 points
  • Posted to Am I the only one who is not happy with the new version 50 of sketch?, May 06, 2018

    Man, you need to relax ;) Sketch might not be the perfect tool but it’s getting better each release. They’re a small team and the app is solid, despite some basic things missing.

    Prototyping in Sketch is very new so we should give them more time to add more features. I don’t think prototyping for them is their first and most important feature.

    Each release they’re fixing a lot of things and adding new ones, in a coherent way. I don’t get your angry comments for a company that’s doing a great work, something nobody did before despite some competition names catching up.

    You know, be nice, or else.

    5 points
  • Posted to Flow - Animate Sketch designs and generate production-ready code, in reply to Arturo Rios Gutierrez , Oct 24, 2017

    Thanks for your feedback, we're working on a new version of the website, hopefully out in the next versions of the Beta!

    1 point
  • Posted to Flow - Animate Sketch designs and generate production-ready code, in reply to Andu Potorac , Oct 24, 2017

    Thanks @Andu for the feedback. I'm glad you dig the interface and branding. As you said, you can just animate whatever you want and never care about code. Also, is important to point that or main goal is to build a bridge between the design and code process. Even if now we're mostly focused on sketch and Swift, we have HUGE plans for the rest of the programming languages (and design apps).

    0 points
  • Posted to Flow - Animate Sketch designs and generate production-ready code, in reply to Chris C , Oct 24, 2017

    I can respond to that: the video was something made a while back (let's say 2016) and yeah, the website needs to be updated, but since we're a small team and for now Flow is in early beta we didn't want to do a lot of work on that front (though we're working on a new website too!). We didn't want to post the new beta launch on places like Product Hunt cause we wanted to have a small amount of users to gather feedback from. But since yesterday we ranked #3 on PH it suddenly went viral. We're supper happy about it but we def need to re-do the website and I hope is going to be ready soon!

    0 points
  • Posted to Flow - Animate Sketch designs and generate production-ready code, in reply to Sean Lester , Oct 23, 2017

    If you can wait a few months Flow is gonna let you hand-off code for almost any language you want :)

    0 points
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