Design Exercise in Sketch

Time to explore Sketch and the task at hand was to mimic a supplied design.

Short-keys pretty much hold the same equivalence as coffee does for a designer, so thankfully enough it’s good to know most of them carry over from Photoshop.

I enjoyed searching for the details on all the design elements to see how much I could execute the same look while adding a hint of my own aesthetic. I did find the vector tool to be a little challenging in this program as opposed to Illustrator, but as with anything–practice makes perfect!

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Kelly Gedvilas

Kelly Gedvilas

Resilient, multidisciplinary designer of impactful user experiences | kellygedvilas.com

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