A few days ago I decided to buy Sketch 3. I am not a designer, but since I am about 16 years old I like to play around with Photoshop and Illustrator. I started because back then, making a realistic 3D render was very tricky (we didn’t have such a powerful computers), so it was good to tweak the renders afterwards with Photoshop.
Anyway, here I am having fun developing for iOS. And as well as most of you, I also have to mess around designing my interfaces. That is why I bought Sketch 3. I did try Sketch 2 and it was definitely the way to go (lucky me I didn’t buy it), so when Sketch 3 was released I just went for it.
However, this is not a post about Sketch 3, I don’t think I am the guy who should write about it. Designcode has a brilliant post about everything you need to know using Sketch 3.
The reason of this post is to talk about Skala preview and how well it works with Sketch (or any other). I know Sketch 3 comes with a mirror app, but to be honest… I have already spent quite a lot of money on the software itself, so if I can achieve the same thing for free… I will :)
About 2 weeks ago I told you I did a quick course about after effects. What I had in my mind was to do some preloaders for a new iOS app.
I have just found a bunch of free flat very cool preloaders, grab them here:
I haven’t tried it yet, but I have just found this plug-in for illustrator similar to PaintCode app. It will be open source (still beta).
Could be really useful in the future, grab it from here: