In recent years, Sketch has risen to one of the top vector graphics editors among designers. I use it several times a week at work and I love it! Here are my tips for making great wireframes in Sketch.
When I started working as an IT consultant in 2011, my designer colleagues all used different vector graphics editors. Today, almost everyone of them uses Sketch exclusively.
If you’re making wireframes, creating a style guide or drawing illustrations Sketch is the perfect tool! It’s popular, not overburdened with features and costs much less than editors like Photoshop.
Here are my best pieces of advice when making wireframes in Sketch.
Organize your screens with Pages and Artboards
As your wireframes grow, keeping all screens organized is essential for staying efficient. Hence, you should make use of Pages and Artboards.
Create a Page for each set of related screens
In Sketch, a Page offers a new blank canvas. There’s no reason to put all of your screens on the same Page. Instead, create a Page for each set of related screens of the app or website your making wireframes for.
Memories fade over time and some are easily lost forever, especially if they’re stored on old VHS tapes. This is my guide on how to transfer your VHS tapes to your Mac, so you can store them for the future.
When I came home for Christmas eight years ago in 2010, my parents had organized all of their old VHS tapes from when I was a kid. When we watched some of them, I realized that these tapes needed to be transfered to digital form before they deteriorated further.
I took me seven years, but last year I decided to finally transfer these tapes to digital form as a Christmas gift to my parents.
This is how I did it, step by step.
1. Getting the equipment
Transferring VHS tapes to a computer requires getting some equipment.
Luckily, my parents had already done a lot of the hard work by having not one but two VHS players in great shape (one broke down and we had to repair it for $72, but that’s another story).
This is the equipment I used (excluding my Macbook):
On April 28th (the day after From Business To Buttons 2017), I got a spot at Mike Monteiro’s workshop Presenting Work Like Your Life Depends On It. So, let me – with the help of Monteiro – give you some tips on how to hold a great presentation.
A while back when browsing Twitter for new insights and learnings, I noticed that most of my go-to developers and designers were women. Being so accustomed to the male dominance in the field of computer science and engineering, I found this pretty cool!
With International Women’s Day taking place today, I wanted to give these women a shout-out. You most likely know who they are already. But if not, allow me to thank and introduce…