Sketch 3 – New Guide To iOS 8 Mobile App Design (2015)
Jan 20 : Added 6 New Lessons On Colours & Colour Schemes
Jan 19 : Added 16 New Video Lessons About Icons
Launched on January 2015
Learn to Design Mobile iOS 8 Apps Like a PRO
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This masterclass focuses on teaching you high value and relevant content that will help you to design a mobile app.
HIGH VALUE FOR MONEY
– 30 detailed video lessons
– 30 icon design video tutorials
– All Sketch files available for download
MAKE YOUR APP IDEA COME TRUE and EVEN START FREELANCING
You already saw tons of great videos about the basics of Sketch 3. You downloaded lots of great freebies. You also found videos about how to create a super basic app.
We decided to bring you something more valuable:
1. Recreate a real-word PRO app
2. Keep your layers and groups well organised
3. Properly use Shared Styles, Text Styles and Symbols
4. Design all the icons needed in the project
5. Learn the most effectively way to deploy your assets and guidelines to your developer
WHY SKETCH 3 and not ADOBE PHOTOSHOP or ILLUSTRATOR?
Sketch 3 is a modern and hyper successful vectorial app used by top designers at Google, Dropbox, Twitter, Facebook and many other famous tech companies and small startups. Sketch 3 has an high quality fast growing community of talented designers and as of now it is considered the best choice from top designers worldwide. While Photoshop and Illustrator are amazing tools, they was created for other purposes, and then used for UI and UX design. This makes them more complicated to learn and sometimes less effective (e.g. when exporting assets or when managing projects with lots of screens and assets). Whether you are completely new to app design or just want to switch from Adobe, Sketch 3 is probably the best app to learn at the moment. Check out bohemiancoding website for more info
In this lesson we move a step forward diving into the different iPhone resolutions with the help of the great "Ultimate Guide To iPhone Resolutions" by PaintCode
Find here links to interesting resources to further understand Resolution in the contest of UI design