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Q&A week 51: Your questions answered

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The questions keep coming, so here’s the next round of our Q&A sessions. If you also have a question about Sketch, need some help or just can’t figure out this one specific thing, please head over to You can ask us anything. Please be sure to take a look at our past Q&A sessions: week 46, week 47 and week 48. Marc asked via email: “Quick Q to … read more

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A little present for you in the spirit of Christmas

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So in the season of giving, together with UI8, we've got a little present for you! Read below to find out! Often there is a need to save time when doing designs for UI and typically templates provide a good starting point. Now, after scouring endlessly through many of the free resources available for Sketch (Sketch App Resources is a really good… read more

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8 tips for good Sketch hygiene

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Sometimes in life there are a few small things to keep in check, for instance, tidying your desk a little everyday means you don't have a huge job later especially if you need to find something. The same goes for when working on your Sketch files there are some simple tips that you should always try keep in mind that will inevitably make life much… read more

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Sketch interview: Rafael Conde

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In the coming weeks we will be interviewing designers from various places who employ Sketch in their daily workflow. Rafael Conde from sketchcasts.net breaks the ground. sketchtips: Please introduce yourself briefly and tell us how you got into design? Rafael Conde: Hi! You guys can call me Rafa, I’m a designer and human being living in P… read more

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Q&A week 48: Your questions answered

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Seems that we hit a nerve with our Q&A series since questions come in so quickly that we almost can’t catch up to answer them. Please don’t miss our Q&A sessions from week 46 and week 47, since they are a true treasure chest of hidden features in Sketch. If you also have a question about Sketch, encountered a bug or just need some help, hea… read more

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Freebie: Christmas icons pack + discount code inside

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by Christian Krammer on

Christmas is approaching fast and to get into the mood our friends at IconsMind have a special offer for you. They are giving away a free Christmas icons pack with 30 beautiful handcrafted icons. The icons are specially tailored to Sketch, but also come in three other formats (.png, .ai and .eps) for your convenience. All you have to do to get… read more

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Q&A week 47: Your questions answered

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Questions are coming in quickly, so here's the next round of our Q&A. If you also have a question about Sketch, are encountering any troubles or just need some advice, please head on to You can ask us anything. Andy asked via Designer News: “I'm still very frustrated with zooming in Sketch. When you hold CMD and scroll, it still seems very b… read more

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Sketch 3 + InVision/UXPIN = Showing off

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by Alex Wu on

Today, I received two emails from both of my favourite interactive prototyping tools, InVision and also UXPin. Both have announced varying levels of integration with Sketch. (This won't be a review of either product, we'll let you try both and make the decision for yourself) What this means for you guys is that now it’s almost too easy to mock-up a… read more

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Q&A week 46: Your questions answered

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The first questions regarding our Q&A series have arrived and so we wanted to take the chance and answer them here: Evan asked on Twitter: “In Illustrator I hold down shift and things are restricted to precise movements of 45º, 90º, etc. How do I do this with Sketch?” Basically it’ the same in Sketch. If you hold down the shift key when rotatin… read more

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8 tips to convince your boss to buy Sketch 3

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Okay, we’ve established that Sketch is pretty awesome if you’re using it for the purpose that it was intended for and even sometimes when you’re not &ehllip; BUT forking out the asking price is a stretch for you (in which case maybe it might be better asking for a raise instead) “jokes”. Often there is more than one way to approach this kind of problem a… read more

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