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Short answer: No Long answer: Symbols should do it You can create a symbol out of any group of objects (except those containing other symbols) to standardize your doc. Unfortunately, Sketch takes that standardization very seriously. Any changes you make to an instance of the symbol will affect all other instances, including scale. As of the latest ...


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Have a look at the following Apple document: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/UserExperience/Conceptual/MobileHIG/IconMatrix.html This lists all pixel sizes you should use for icons... Where did you come up with 58x58 for an application icon? Try adding the correct format for your phone to see whether that solves the problem. Once you ...


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This is a question that should actually be more on the CSS side of SE, but I'll post the answer regardless. Fonts on mobile devices are rendered differently than fonts on desktops. The rendering engines use different metrics to calculate the size of the font. This is so that phones can take outdated content (5 year old web page) and attempt to make it ...


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This depends a little on what these visuals are for but if they are for client review then this method should work fine and speed things up. Import (place) each Photoshop PSD into Indesign and retain the layers. Create "Alternative Layouts" for each new spec/ device. This will take some tweaking (if liquid layout works well then that is a bonus) but the ...


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As you've noted, it's too difficult to consider creating designs for all devices and resolutions particularly in Photoshop. What you may wish to do is evaluate the most common devices that will be used with the apps you're designing. Or, allow for the flexibility in your designs. Android devices use dpi so depending on your target users, you may be ...


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First of all, you'll never have your Photoshop files match your actual web site/app. Photoshop is simply going to render type slightly different than a browser will. There's no getting around that issue. Secondly, are you designing your PSD files at standard pixel dimensions or retina dimensions? If Retina, note that Photoshop won't know that you are ...


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The iPhone 5 specs are 1,136 x 640 and you need make sure your PPI is set to 326. About point size (pt): fonts are vector based and the size is relative to your monitor PPI(72), not the document you're in. If you make your iPhone mock up 72ppi your fonts should look propionate to how they would on the real device.



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