Design+Code author Meng To wows us again with his amazing new resource, an Apple Watch GUI Kit for Sketch. If you’re designing an app for Apple’s new platform, this file is a must have!
“The purpose of this kit is to let you analyse the UI elements for the Apple Watch... You may use it for studying, presenting and designing insanely great apps.” — Meng To
Marvel approaches prototyping in a very simple and straightforward way; it takes your images, sketches (and now Sketch designs) and with a few clicks, you can build a mobile or web prototype with no coding required. It’s that simple.
Origami by Facebook is a framework built on top of Apple’s Quartz Composer. It first started life as an internal tool, where it was instrumental in building Paper. Shortly after its release, Facebook released the first version of Origami to the public so designers could prototype similar animations and interactions.
We were over the moon to find out that one of their last iterations added support for Sketch. Learn more on their examples page.
The Pointgrid plugin can be a very helpful resource if you’re a web designer building responsive websites.
In just a few steps, Pointgrid allows you to create a breakpoint each time a new width is considered. Read more about it here.