When designing for content, there are times when you’ll need to design the layout of content to scroll vertically and horizontally in your mobile app. It’s common to see this in content-rich applications that have both images and text. In particular, there may be featured content which spans the almost the full width of the screen, but when the user swipes through it, you want the content to snap into place
Zeplin bridges the communication gap between developers and designers. We use commenting and versioning to communicate and get feedback about projects. After all, collaboration is the key to a successful project. We'll show you how we use it and the shortcuts and best practices we can't live without.
In this screencast, I will be showing you how to pick color palettes for your UI design. After this screencast, you will be able to pick a base color, understand the different color harmonies, pick color palettes with Adobe Color, and save them to your Sketch Document.
Zeplin has become one of the most popular tools that designers and developers use together to communicate about design. In many projects, Zeplin serves as a single-source-of-truth for design specs and styles thats accessible for designers and non-designers alike. In this video, I’ll show you how to manage type and color styles in Zeplin as your project grows.
When it comes to adding color to your application, your first color choices may not be the ones you keep. Because of this, I like to create my Sketch file with easily adjustable color themes. In this video, we’ll cover how to create an easily changeable color palette using symbols and styles in Sketch.
App Icons are the nice, neat little wrapper for your app. They’re usually the first thing that users see before using your app, and they’re a constant reminder to your users of your app and your brand. In this screencast, we will show you how to design an app icon that shows off your brand, and fits in nicely with other app icons on the Home Screen.