31 Days, 31 Products: Sketch

Day 25: Sketch

This post is part of a larger series where for 31 days I’m posting a story about a particular product or service I’ve come to enjoy.

Sketch is a vector-based design tool for the Mac that is very good for people designing user interfaces.

I’ve owned Sketch for a while now. I’ve used it to mock up some UI and icons in the past but I’m not really an expert. I know enough to say I do like it and if you are interested in using it for interface design I highly recommend it.

I have a goal for the new year to become more proficient in Sketch. I’m signed up and really looking forward to attending the Big Nerd Ranch class on UI design in April. It includes teaching Sketch along side higher level UI concepts. I’ve also bought an online video course that I hope to start working through soon.

If you are at all curious I encourage you to download the free trial of Sketch and give it a go. If you like it, a license can be purchased for $99 from their online store.