Design for All Sizes and Screens: Responsive Design in Sketch

Bryan Zavestoski, User Interface Designer

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7 Videos (18m)
    • Introduction

    • What is responsisve design

    • First Sketch Resizing Option Stretch

    • Second Resizing Option Pin to Corner

    • Third Resizing Option Resize Object

    • Final Resizing Option Float in Place

    • Bringing it All Together


About This Class

Note: As of Version 44, Sketch has updated how their resizing options work, and it is much different than when this course was recorded. Some of the Sketch specific content may no longer be relevant, but this course should still give you some information on the basics of responsive design.

This course will teach you the basics responsive design and explain how to designing responsive layouts. It will focus on the new resizing tools in the design app Sketch. Sketch has quickly become the most widely used tool for web and mobile design, replacing Photoshop for many designers. In a recent update, Sketch introduced the ability for objects to respond and adapt to changes in . 

Sketch defines four different behaviors on how objects should resize:

  • Stretch
  • Pin to corner
  • Resize object
  • Float in place

We will focus on the uses of each resizing option, and finish by combining them all in our class project.

This course is for anyone with an interest in web design. It will not be going over the absolute basics of Sketch, so some familiarity with Sketch or another design application is helpful, but not necessary.

24 of 27 students recommendSee All

This course was super simple and helpful. Exactly what you need to know to get started making responsive designs in Sketch.





Bryan Zavestoski

User Interface Designer

Hi! I'm Bryan Zavestoski, a User Interface designer currently located in the mountains of California. I focus primarily on complex business-to-business web applications, but have worked on anything from mobile apps to interior design of a new office. I've worked primarily for startups of anywhere from 1 to 50 people, including a company acquired by Survey Monkey.

If I'm not designing, I'm probably running around outside, whether that means climbing, skiing, hiking, or just relaxing and...

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