Size: 23.16 MB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.9 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
* Fixed a crash that could occur when undoing changes to Symbols on OS X El Capitan
* Fixed a bug where the Plugins menu might not be shown as expected
* Fixed a bug where differently colored subranges of text would revert to a single color when the text layer was resized
* Fixed a bug where vertical text alignment would be ignored when converting a text layer to outlines
* Fixed a bug where resizing layers with particular attributes would cause Sketch to become unresponsive
* Fixed a bug where the current Artboard wouldn’t remain focused when unselecting layers within it
* Improved consistency of the appearance of options within the Insert menu
K’ed by TNT
Sketch is an innovative and fresh look at vector drawing for the Mac. Its intentionally minimalist design is based upon a drawing space of unlimited size and layers, free of palettes, panels, menus, windows, and controls. Though simple to use, it offers powerful vector drawing and text tools like perfect Boolean operations, symbols, and powerful rulers, guides, and grids.
Sketch supports multiple fills, borders and shadows per layer; has powerful non-destructive boolean operations; smart pixel alignment; and makes exporting a breeze with automatic slicing and multiple resolution export.
Vector tools and basic shapes are the foundation; whether you are designing icons, websites, interfaces or anything else. Combine these into complex shapes with non-destructive boolean operations, leaving you free to edit them in the future, then apply advanced layer style options like multiple shadows, fills, gradients, noise, blending, background blurring, and more.
Sketch doesn’t just do shapes, of course. Imported images can be rotated, scaled, cropped and masked. The best-in-class text tool lets you add beautiful typography to your designs, using native font rendering, so you can be sure that text always looks 100% accurate!
Brand new to Sketch 3, Symbols allow you to reuse entire groups of content in multiple places in your design. Think of interface elements such as buttons, headers and footers. Change them once, and they update everywhere in your document.
Built for the Mac, Sketch supports OS X’s Versions and Auto Save, letting you focus on your work instead of hitting CMD+S. Keep your work safely in sync across multiple Mac computers with iCloud. And take Sketch full screen to maximise the size of your canvas.
All this power is deliciously baked into Sketch’s single-window interface. Everything is there, tucked away until you need it. A simple interface with powerful tools.
Now everything is possible.
Simple but powerful interface, built from the ground up for OS X
Optimized for Retina and non-Retina displays
Powerful styling: multiple shadows, multiple fills, gradients, blending, blur, noise and more…
Flexible boolean operations to combine simple shapes into complex shapes
Artboards and Slices for exporting multiple images out of a single document
Automatic export for multiple resolutions at the same time
Unique Color (with RGB and HSB modes) and Font pickers
Beautiful native text rendering and text styles
Vector and pixel zoom; zoom in with infinite vector precision or see individual pixels
Multi-stop and radial gradients editing right in the canvas. Powerful WYSIWYG rendering
Shared Layer Styles that automatically update all associated layers
Shared Text Styles for sharing font and paragraph info between text layers
Powerful, easy-to-use Vector Tool
A growing community of designers with fantastic resources available on the web
FOR WEB AND UI DESIGNERS
Web and iOS design templates come standard
Copy CSS Styles to clipboard (including gradients!)
Slices: export areas on the canvas as images
960 default grid, with support for more advanced grid options
Create multiple pages inside a single document
Standard Responsive Web Design Artboards
FOR ICON DESIGNERS
Artboards: each is its own little canvas
iOS Icon Templates
Pixel Effects, such as Gaussian and Motion Blur
Round to nearest pixel edge
More Info: http://bohemiancoding.com/sketch/