- Adding a library to Sketch
- Designing a search form
- Drawing icons in Sketch
- Working with fonts
- Setting up an artboard for tablet screens
- Using Sketch Mirror to preview your designs
- Creating interactive prototypes
- Exporting artboards and assets
- Collaborating with Sketch Cloud
Skill Level Beginner
- [Instructor] Hi, I'm Chris Converse, and I'd like to welcome you to this course where we'll be learning the basics of Sketch. Sketch is a design and layout application for the macOS, and it's used to design layouts for websites, mobile application screens, print projects, and even brand identities. And the latest updates to Sketch include enhanced cloud services, shared libraries, and visual tools for creating interactive prototypes that you can share with your colleagues and clients. In this course, we'll be creating web layouts for a responsive website, which will give us an opportunity to work with imagery and typography, create custom-shared libraries, and even draw some icons with the vector tools.
And after we complete our web layout, we'll switch over to a mobile application design, which is provided to all members in the exercise files so that we can add fixed elements and interactive links in order to bring our application design to life in any browser. And then we'll end our project by defining and exporting ready-to-use graphics that we can hand off to our development team. So we've got a lot of ground to cover, but that's why you're here. So download the exercise files, and let's get started.
1. Get Your File Set Up
2. Draw Icons in Sketch
3. Complete the Web Layout
4. Adapt the Web Design for a Smaller Screen
Using Sketch Mirror2m 19s
5. Share and Collaborate
6. Export Assets
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