Sketch For Mac Publisher's description
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The most important part of any drawing application is arguably the drawing area
The most important part of any drawing application is arguably the drawing area, so we've just made Sketch contain one big and infinitely large view with no palettes to be seen. That doesn't mean we've compromised on the tools though.
.Tools with Vector Flexibility
Sketch is a true vector editing application and has many powerful tools to manipulate those vectors.
The tools you want
Sketch has boolean operations that fully preserve your carefully constructed vectors down the individual curves. For optimal flexibility we have something unique; dynamic boolean on groups of vectors. But there is more; Sketch has distortion tools as well as transformations, scissors and your truly innovative Smart Rotate which makes consecutive rotations truly easy and intuitive.
The vector tool itself is intuitive and easy to use and our pen tool is an excellent starting point that produces really smooth curves.
.Tools for Design
Sketch has indispensable tools for any designer. Slices, text styles, rulers, guides and grids are just some of them.
Export parts of the page
You can define an unlimited number of slices per page and export them all at once. Sketch is very flexible and easy, we promise you'll find this feature very useful.
Rulers, Guides and Grids
Sketch has Rulers, Guides and Grids to support you in laying out your design exactly as you want it. Sketch even automatically measures the distance between different layers to make it easy to precisely layout individual elements.
Text styles across pages
Another nice trick for web designers are Text Styles. If you decide you want to use a different font in multiple places, Text Styles will help you with this.
To style elements exactly the way you want is easy in Sketch. Chances are the effects you seek are available in Sketch. (Dashed) Gradient Strokes, Elliptical Gradient or Pattern Fills, and (Inner) Shadow and more are all available in Sketch on any object.
.Multiple pages and Symbols
Your sketches might not be contained to one page and you might even want to share elements between them.
All your scriblings can now be in one document, because that's what would make sense; one document and multiple pages. This makes it easy to share with other people as everything is in one place.
Reuse with Symbols
When you're designing a website, you will find you'll want to reuse certain elements a lot; headers, footers and buttons to name a few. Wouldn't it be perfect if there was a single source to edit, and instantly all the others would update? Sketch lets you do this - between multiple pages - with grace and ease.
Open in DrawIt and SketchPad
Sketch joins DrawIt and SketchPad, and you might wonder how they all play together. The answer? Like a charm.
Work with DrawIt
Documents created in Sketch can be opened and edited in DrawIt, and vice versa. Nothing could be more easy; if you need the full array of vector tools; use Sketch, if you want to play with bitmap filters; switch to DrawIt.
On the road with SketchPad
The same goes for SketchPad; load your sketches on your iPad to do some drawing on the road or go the reverse to give it the finishing touch on the Mac. SketchPad for iPad is available in the App Store. Not all features are supported on iPad but more will come.
What's New in This Release:- Fixes bugs related to undo
- Fixes bugs in SVG importing
- Fixes a bug in Fullscreen on Lion
- Restores the Distribute & Align functionality
- Fixes bugs in the Smart Rotate tool
- Fixes bugs in the Scissors tool
- Cosmetic update to some of the toolbar icons
- Experimental: adds a pixel preview mode when zoomed in
System Requirements:Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall