Prototyping with Sketch

Necomitt Academy
Last Update September 21, 2022
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About This Course

Maybe you’re the web designer looking for a tool with less overhead to create custom websites? Or, perhaps, you’re a programmer who wants to prototype interfaces quickly? Are you a UX/UI Designer who is trying to iterate through multiple product interfaces? Maybe you’re an experienced mobile app designer looking for a lightweight alternative to Photoshop. Maybe you just want to learn how to design prototypes the right way?

Whatever your reason, this is the time to learn the Sketch digital design tool kit.
Unlike other designs, software Sketch is designed to get out of your way and allow you to create great prototypes of websites, mobile applications, software applications, tablet applications, and much more. While other applications can weigh you down with unnecessary features you’ll never use, Sketch is designed to be quick and light. Designed to get you doing design work quickly and with ease.
It’s about your creativity– not your ability to learn dozens of software features.

And, if you’re ready to start working with Sketch there is no better way to learn than this course Prototyping with Sketch is a complete, comprehensive course on the Sketch tool. You’ll become familiar with each of the tools you’ll use to design user interfaces for web and mobile-based applications.

We wanted this course to be about doing– so you won’t waste time in endless lectures. We’ve included a number of high-quality laboratory exercises in the course to quickly get you doing the type of work professional designers do in Sketch every day. Each of the lab exercises is relevant to the work you’ll be doing as a professional developer.

Your instructor, Matt Cameron, made sure every detail of this course is efficient, interesting, and most importantly, relevant! Each minute, you’ll learn more about the Sketch digital design tool and add skills to your professional toolbox that will make you a consummate pro.
It’s time to stop thinking about working with a tool like a Sketch– It’s time to learn the tool. With informative lectures, engaging activities, and numerous tips, you’ll be working as a professional designer on the web or mobile as soon as you finish this course.

Learning Objectives

You learn to design user interfaces with Sketch
You will learn to design user experience with Sketch
You will understand the Sketch Inspector Panel
You will be able to manipulate typography with Sketch
You will be able to create color schemes for your Sketch designs
You will be able to position all the elements within a design
You will be able to use Pages
You will be able to use artboards
You will be able to select, move, delete and lock layers
You'll understand how to use style elements
You'll understand text styles and layer styles and know how to apply them correctly.
You'll learn how to export assets from Sketch
You'll learn how to optimize an asset for quick web viewing
You will learn how to create mobile interfaces
You will understand Sketch's plug-in architecture
You will be introduced to InVision's Craft plugin
You'll understand and use the Inspector Panel
You'll understand how to adjust alignment using the Inspector
You will be able to add and edit shapes to your prototype design
You will be able to use Sketch's Masking Features
You will be able to use the Layout Feature within Sketch

Curriculum

60 Lessons

Introduction to the Sketch

Introduction to the Sketch00:00:46
Installing Sketch00:2:9
Sketch Interface00:10:00
Generic Top Level Pages00:8:59
Plugin and Their Power00:3:20
Conclusion00:00:28

Sketch’s Layer List

The Power of the Inspector Panel

How to Manage and Add Elements to your Design

Organization & Consistency

Exporting Assets from Sketch

Building a Mobile Interface with Sketch

Using Invision App’s Craft Plugin In Sketch

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