Jonathan Snook shares what it means to design in a multi-stack world
After spending three and a half years at Shopify, I went back to freelancing. But I missed product development. I like iterating on something continually, figuring out what works and doesn't work for customers, and building a solid product to solve those problems.
How to collaborate with non-designers in Abstract
In addition to your design team, you probably work with product managers, marketers, and engineers. These teammates all provide valuable feedback at different stages of your design process. You can use Abstract to show anyone your work and collect their feedback...
Making Sketch collaboration better with Abstract
It happens all too often: you realize halfway through a project that part of your team has been working with an outdated Sketch file. Maybe you've tried adopting a stringent naming convention, or perhaps you're using Dropbox or Google Drive to manage files...
Intro to Sketch Libraries
Sketch 47 Beta introduces Libraries. You can now create master Symbols which can be shared between documents and teams for seamless collaboration. A Library is an ordinary Sketch document that contains these master Symbols. When any of the Symbols in the Library file are updated, documents containing instances of those Symbols will receive a notification that the instance can be updated.
Getting User Input for Your Sketch Plugin - Part II
Remember how we created a dialog window in part I of the series? Aah, those were the times. We created a dialog window, filled it with input fields and presented the dialog window to the user. We're not done yet though. We still have to process the data the user has filled out in our dialog window.