Today, each major browser ships with fantastic built-in tools for web developers. But can you imagine (or remember) if there were no tools like this? If there was no easy way to inspect the DOM, monitor the network or even console.log things? It is believed that modern DevTools came with Firebug creation in 2006. Nevertheless, it’s still in use, constantly forked and adapted to work with other platforms. Syndicode would like to share with you some thoughts on the future of DevTools.
Here in Syndicode most of our designers prefer Sketch. Obviously, they have some reasons for this (like the ease of use, shared styles or boolean operations). But there are also many other tools will help a designer with prototyping. And we think that broadening our knowledge base helps us become more proficient. Read about 8 prototyping tools for designer.
You know what we like the most? Most of all we like sharing nice things with you. Especially we happy when we come across something not just useful, but interactive and fun also. These things should bring you inspiration, joy, and courage to proceed and progress with programming. So, 6 YouTube channels for developers are here for you!
We like to simplify what we do. And for this purpose, we always look for some tricks or hacks. This time we prepared some hints for designers. So, welcome 4 basic Boolean operations in Sketch.
No suffer no more! We found an instrument that will make your life much easier. This Free Online Design Converter built by Avocode can make your converting from Photoshop to Sketch as easy as pie.
We will take a closer look on latest version of Sketch (v.44) and see what new features it has. One of the main changes is the update of group resizing feature.
Meet really fast tool for real-time collaboration called Figma. It’s like Sketch in the browser with possibility to handle dozens designers work on the same document at the same time.