Design Workflow with Sketch

An e-course from Clark Wimberly at InVision

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Clark WimberlyMaker@clarklab · UX Designer
Designing screens that are beautiful and easy to navigate is a big enough challenge, and if you’re not using Sketch to do it, you’re probably moving a lot slower than you need to. Sketch empowers designers to move more efficiently, quickly, and thoughtfully through their design process. That’s why I’m excited to share my latest e-course, Design Workflow with Sketch. It’s the third title in the design ecourse series from InVision, and it’s a 10-part email e-course delivered weekly. In it, you’ll learn how to use Sketch, from symbols to type systems to responsive design. Paired with InVision, it’ll accelerate and perfect your design workflow. Some backstory: this course came about through a series of conference talks I’ve made over the last year or so. I’ve spoken about Sketch in bits and pieces, but this is the first time I’ve compiled it all into something so cohesive. Along with the course, I’ve included a full-featured sample Sketch document, filled with examples. Each installment builds on the last, taking you from the fundamentals to a fully functional prototype to launch and beyond. It’s also absolutely free. Any questions or things I’ve failed to cover?
Andy Keil@alwaysunday · Product at Rodio
Looking forward to this. Is there any way to jump ahead or do we have to wait 2.5 months to get through it all?
Clark WimberlyMaker@clarklab · UX Designer
@alwaysunday currently it's email-only, but we're working on a new way to access all our courses (and some new upcoming content!), hoping to have something to share soon...
Chris Scott@chrisgscott · I make stuff for pro photographers.
Very cool. Signed up and added it to my Email Courses for Startups collection. Thanks for putting this together!