The Icons8 team rolls out a global update for Lunacy, a native Windows app that opens, edits, and stores .sketch files. In short, it’s long-awaited Sketch for Windows. It helps design teams working on different operating systems and improves the transition from design to development. It's a beta version. And it’s completely free.
Sketch + InVision is a native integration between Sketch and InVision so designers can design, prototype, and gather feedback in one place.
Sketch.The.Ripper shows the contents of any .sketch file: artboards, symbols, and text.
It's useful for HTML coding. Unlike complicated tools like Zeplin, Avocode, and Lunacy, it rips the files quickly, showing all the context that it finds useful. And it's completely free.
Example of a ripped file: http://bit.ly/sketch-the-ripper-sample
Maze is a tool for designers and developers that gives analytical results with actionable KPIs for your Invision prototypes.
A Sketch plugin that streamlines the workflow when creating PDF presentations. It's a simple one-click export, merge & optimize helper.
Essentials help you quickly design mockups and prototypes with a myriad of drag and drop and responsive components.
Plant is a simple and powerful version control tool that is seamlessly integrated with Sketch. By keeping track of all versions and metadata including date, time, and the user that pushed the specific version, Plant maximizes the efficiency of teamwork and ensures that users have access to the creative history of a project.
Icons8 Lunacy 2.0 is a free viewer for Sketch files on Windows with handy features for HTML/CSS coding. It helps developers, product managers, and UX specialists to easily open and work with .sketch files that designers on Mac tend to send them.