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What a I missing?
Still going hard on Photoshop/iIlustrator for UI designs..
Nothing, get back to paper and pencils
- Better asset/styles management.
- Lighter weight
- Faster exporting
- Generate CSS code
And now with the craft/invision plugins, faster prototyping tools.
I was a PS user for many years.
But once I gave Sketch a legitimate shot and learned how to use it and leverage its features, there is absolutely no going back to PS for UI/UX design. Sketch is way faster and easier to manage.
These days I mostly use PS for actual photo manipulation
Yeah, haven't touched pshop in a long time. Not only is it far more useful to have various responsive artboard sizes but it's integration with Invision and Craft has changed the entire feedback process. Also, connecting to Zeplin for the devs to use for classes and annotations has transformed the entire process - far easier to iterate, share across teams, and get pixel perfect code in a fraction of the time
Anyone comparing XD and Sketch?
- the problem with XD is that it's only cloud-based. therefore a lot of corporate places won't use it.lvl_13
- but aren't most places on CC or a lot of teams?rodzilla
- cc isn't ALL cloud based though, and adobe offers many enterprise level packagesmonospaced
- shows what I know - I thought CC was completely cloud based. You used XD yet mono?rodzilla
Just a matter of time before Adobe acquires it, just like it did with Macromedia. I was a early adopter of Macromedia Freehand, switching over from Adobe Illustrator, until...
I was a hard core PS user, and it took me a bit to warm up to sketch. But I will only do web projects with sketch from now on.