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The Class Project1:27
What is Sketch?4:57
Setup of the Card8:25
Add the Basic Shapes9:52
Create and Style the Text4:44
Build Some Icons13:41
Complete the Remaining Elements6:04
Export Your Card7:15
About This Class
Do you still design your website or app the old way in Photoshop? Do you want to know a better way to create UIs? Time to start something new and dive into Sketch App, the best tool to design great-looking interfaces and icons. Sketch is fast, light-weight and easy to learn and just costs a fraction of Adobe's pendant. In this class web-designer Christian Krammer will create a Twitter Profile Card and show you everything you need to know about Sketch.
If you want to learn even more about Sketch check out my new advanced Sketch course Master Sketch and Design an Amazing App.
Who is this class for?
Everybody who wants to be better at Sketch or just wants to find out what it's all about. It's great if you have some designs skills or already know your way around the app, but if not you are also ready to go as Christian will teach you everything you need to know.
What will you learn?
- What is Sketch?
- Basics of Sketch, layout of the app
- Artboards and shapes
- How to use masks
- Add and style text
- Build some icons
- Learn some shortcuts to be more efficient
- Shadows and gradients
- How to export your icons and card
For some inspiration visit dribbble.com and have a look at Twitter cards that other people already have build there.
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The structure and pace was good but I had trouble understanding some of the words as a result of the accent in multiple parts. A transcript option would have helped tremendously. Thank you for taking the time to create this class!
Christian Krammer is a web-designer from Austria, who lives there with his wife and 9-years old son. He loves to do sports and watch a good movie.
He is now a web-designer for almost two decades and has participated in countless web projects since then, mostly on large-scale corporate projects.
For a large part of his career he used Phtoshop to design everything he build, but as soon as he got a Mac he switched over to Sketch App and loves it ever since. He publishes great tips about the app for over two years now on sketchtips.info and tweets everything Sketch on Twitter. He loves to answer questions about Sketch and to help you to become a better user of the app, so either ping him on Twitter or ask a question on sketchtips.info.