The most advanced Design System for Sketch

#5 Product of the DayJuly 24, 2018

Atomize Design System is the most advanced UI design framework that helps designers create beautiful and consistent user interfaces for the web.

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Akash Tyagi
Akash TyagiMaker@akashtyagi027 · Product designer
Hey Hunters, I'm the creator of Atomize Design System. This is my first product on Product Hunt and I'm really excited :) I'm offering 25% off to all Product Hunters. Use code - producthunt or follow this link "Limited to 50 Licenses" I'm here to answer all your questions. Get going!
Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Super well organized and very ambitious... this is an awesome UI Kit!
Shreyaa Ratra
Shreyaa Ratra@shreyaa_ratra · Making B2B sales easy via
@akashtyagi027, Product looks great. A random thought if you have started with B2B sales : Target companies who are hiring for UI designer. If a company is hiring for this role, it means they are investing money in UI that is why hiring for that role. They would be happy to use product like yours. P.S. Congrats for your launch.
Akash Tyagi
Akash TyagiMaker@akashtyagi027 · Product designer
@shreyaa_ratra Thanks for the suggestion :) Will definitely try it.
Guri Sitchinava
Guri Sitchinava@gurisitchinava · Product Designer at Circle
Impressive and high class Design system ^^
Akash Tyagi
Akash TyagiMaker@akashtyagi027 · Product designer
@gurisitchinava Thanks mate :)
Marian Lucas
Marian Lucas@produkhelt · Product Designer at Kikora
Awesome UI Kit! However all this nesting, is very ineffective. Sketch must do symbols searchable, or is this already working maybe :) ? Nevertheless, best UI Kit out there ⭐️
Akash Tyagi
Akash TyagiMaker@akashtyagi027 · Product designer
@produkhelt True, Sketch should make Symbols searchable.
Will's Myth
Will's Myth@jucaslames · Co-Founder, Comic Cartel
@produkhelt For now, until sketch makes symbols searchable, you can use Runner to search for symbols. You just press CTRL + ' and search for the symbol. I use it all the time, highly recommend.