Bohemian Coding are no longer newbies in the design arena. Over the years, they have matured, advanced and grown up, becoming a distinct player that offers a compelling toolset for prototyping purposes. Truth be told, their tool Sketch gradually conquers the World, winning over more and more followers.
And that is not surprising. Made with designers in mind, the application meets specific needs of the artists, providing flexibility on daily works as well as ensuring fast and efficient prototyping. It boasts of having a genuinely convenient and pleasant environment with a great asset of general features where creative folks can achieve the desired result without much pain. It focuses both on the functionality and user experience trying to strike a balance between these two thereby resulting in a harmonious lightweight but powerful instrument.
What’s more, thanks to a massive upsurge in popularity, and lots of ardent and keen artists that regularly contribute to the community, SketchApp has managed to bridge the gap between the application and novice designers. While the product still remains an exclusive product for Mac OS systems, anyone can feel and enjoy its potential. The Web is overpopulated with helpful stuff such as tutorials, guides and most importantly free extensions and resources including GUIs, icons, web templates, mockup devices, etc. to make your first steps in it. Free resources are going to be our today’s center of attention.
Our list consists of assorted graphical material presented in Sketch format that may come in handy in different tasks. Enjoy the roundup and share with us your thoughts. Do you prefer SketchApp? How often do you use it in your regular basis?
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