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Sketch interview: Chris Slowik from UI8

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In our series of interviews about people who use Sketch on a daily basis we would like to welcome Chris Slowik from UI8. Chris can be found at Twitter and Dribbble. sketchtips: Please introduce yourself and how it came about that you started UI8. Chris Slowik: Hi Christian, I’m the Lead Interaction Designer and iOS Developer at C… read more

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Sketch 3.3 is here

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by Christian Krammer on

There has long been a certain silence from the offices of Bohemian Coding, but a few days ago they have suddenly announced the beta of Sketch 3.3 with a slew of new features. Olivier Heitz from SketchTalk and Clark Wimberly have already done a great job and presented the best of these features in extensive overviews with lots of images. So… read more

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How to paste content

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by Christian Krammer on

This topic may sound trivial at first, but Sketch has a few hidden talents which let you paste content in certain places. Usually, if you press cmd + V (or choose Edit > Paste from the menubar) to paste content from within your document it gets inserted at exactly the same place from where you copied it. If you fetch something from an external… read more

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Discount time: Save 10 % at UI8.net

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by Christian Krammer on

There are hundreds of resources for web designers out there, some better, some worse. But there are just a few, that match the sheer quality of the assets from UI8. Their motto seems to be “quality over quantity”, because you can’t find a ton of assets there, but the ones they have are worth every cent. Probably one of the best deals you will ever … read more

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Sketch interview: Sebastien Gabriel from Google

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For the third installment of our series of interviews about different people using Sketch we are joined by Sebastien Gabriel from Google. He’s the creator of many different things and also designed the iconic T-Rex from Google Chrome, which is shown when an error occurs in the browser. sketchtips: Please introduce yourself and how you got into d… read more

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Q&A week 5: Your questions answered

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It’s been a long time since our last Q&A session, which isn’t a result of lacking questions but other work that needed to be done at sketchtips. But here we are, back with another round of questions from our readers. You can also read our Q&A sessions from the weeks 46, 47, 48 and 51 from last year, which are packed with different topics. Ple… read more

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I bid you adieu ... for now

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by Alex Wu on

Hi guys, This is a short note, as I will stop writing articles for the time-being. As some of our readers will know, I've had huge changes both inside and outside of work over the last few weeks and while it has been a blessing overall ... it’s also incredibly challenging to give everything I have across all aspects of my life and eventually s… read more

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Sketch interview: Sagi Shrieber from HackingUI

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For our next round of interviews about people who have integrated Sketch into their daily workflow we are joined by Sagi Shrieber. Sagi is one half of the popular website HackingUI, which is an interaction design and front end development magazine . He is also the Head of Product Design at SimilarWeb and a UX Mentor at Google Campus. … read more

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Goodbye 2014 and Hello 2015

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Welcome back and Happy New Year! We hope that you've had a great break and are refreshed for 2015. If you have been following us for a while or even if you're new to sketchtips, find a recap of what we covered in 2014 below! It was a massive year with the launch of Sketch 3 and its subsequent updates that made leaps and bounds in the maturity of… read more

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Freebie time: 100 free Sketch icons

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by Christian Krammer on

Our friends at Icons Mind are back again and have something for you: 100 beautiful and totally free Sketch icons. This free pack contains everything you may need for a project and not only comes in the .sketch format but also contains .eps, .ai and even .psd versions of all the icons. To make the live even easier they come pre-crafted in 48 pixel… read more

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