I don't know why this works, but it works and it's fully native in Sketch without a plugin: https://medium.com/sketch-app-sources/sketch-hacks-make-a-resizable-button-with-icon-label-totally-native-edition-6a1ff5b48e0e
On my desk....
Shapes for export so that everything remains consistent.
Lines in case they need further editing down the road.
I treat vector files the same as I treat raster files -- a 2 file workflow.
I don't save all my Photoshop documents as PNGs/JPGs then trash the .psd. No. I keep my layered, editable, PSD then export/save for whatever format ...
I'd say it's a matter of preference...
However, I advise to keep it editable somewhere in case you need to go back and make changes. It's also great if someone in your team wants to use your icon as a base to create a new one, for example.
When you select the scale option on the top toolbar, you can select a scale reference point. Here's an example where the center is selected.
You can also scale with shortcuts like this :
(Quoting the official Sketch documentation)
So, to scale a layer so that it’s 50 pixels wide, from the right, you’d set its width to 50r.
Are you talking about the possibility to collapse every Artboard in a Sketch page?
If so, you can select View → Layer List → Collapse All Groups
In Sketch 57 there is no default shortcut for that option but you can easily create one thanks to macOS.
To create an application specific shortcut on macOS 10.14 :
Open System Preferences → Keyboard → Shortcuts ...
You actually might be interested in a brand new feature only available on the latest Sketch Beta (Sketch 58) as of today, September 1st.
Here's the link to that beta: https://www.sketch.com/beta/
As you can see :
Introducing Smart Layout With Smart Layout, we’re making Symbols more powerful and supercharging your workflow when it comes to using them in ...
Chris from UXPin here!
First of all, this thread is awesome and I'm super happy that I've found it while it's still fresh :)
@Michael, Yes, we're kind of less popular than other tools on the market, and given what you can accomplish with our tool, we ask ourselves pretty much the same question ;)
There are some differences in our offering compared to the ...
I have used Sketch / Figma / Xd / Invision Studio and I suppose they're the top 4 because they've been around for a while. It looks to me that UXPin is a newer tool and as such it takes time for people to start using and write about it. (Although I've quickly googled and found a few reviews already)
I'm mostly using Figma and Xd nowadays so I'm writing from ...