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Prague CEO & Co-founder at Avocode Joined about 4 years ago Vu Hoang has invited David Stefanides
Thanks for your feedback. We'll definitely consider changing the wording with our lawyers.
Hey, Thanks for your comment.
The thing is, that in order to render designs properly in Avocode and programmatically assemble Sketch files from our converter, we need to parse these designs first.
This means, that our technology is anonymously disassembling the design data structure and saving design assets on our servers. In order for us to do this legally, we need to have these lines in our Terms of Service.
However, you don't have to worry, because we cannot open or use in any other way designs that are stored on our servers without user permission. All data is securely stored on AWS servers and encrypted with 128-bit SSL protocol.
Thanks for sharing this, Ettore! Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.
I can't find your session. Can you e-mail me the PSD file to vu at avocode.com? Thanks
We won't mess up your layers. Check it out now!
What's the name of the converted file? I'll check what went wrong :)
Thanks for a suggestion Norm, we'll definitely think about it! But we might start with just creating an API first.
I agree with you, maybe it's not a 100% accurate representation of the design community worldwide. However, if the same group of designers uploaded more Sketch designs than Photoshop ones in 2016 compared to 2015, at least it tells a story that Sketch is really taking over. And more and more designers are moving towards Sketch to create product/web/UI designs.
And I think data from over 1M designs from over 100 countries is significant enough to make a statement like we did.
We're actually aware of the fact that Photshop and Illustrator has a significant market share in the community of digital designers. That's why we'd like to support more and more design formats in our upcoming updates of Avocode.
Thank you! It was an amazing experience to work with so many talented designers. I'm happy you're pleased with the final look.
Some time after releasing the Guacamole UI kit for Sketch, Adobe Xd and Photoshop (https://avocode.com/guacamole/) we're now launching Nachos UI kit for React Native (https://avocode.com/nachos-ui/) to save developers some time.
Nachos is an open source UI kit, starting with 30 pre-coded, interactive, and fully customizable components. If you know any developer who likes building React Native apps, I'm sure this will make them quite happy.
Thank you Vu
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