Here at Sketch, we’re super proud to be an independent design tool — just as we’ve been for the last 12 years. And in those years, we’ve seen a lot of change in the industry — and more design trends than you can shake a realistically-rendered leather icon at.
And listen, we understand that in those years some of you have moved on to other tools. But rest assured — we’ve been moving forward too.
Whether it’s real-time collaboration in our native Mac app, Artboard Templates, new prototyping tools, or a bunch of other smaller improvements that make your daily design work smoother and faster than ever — we’ve got plenty for you to love. And it’s not just designers that get cool new toys.
We’ve supercharged our developer handoff tools in the browser, and added Color Tokens to help design and development work together more easily. And next week, the web app will get even better with the release of on-Canvas annotations, with a Mac app update following soon after. Oh, and did we mention our all-new iPhone app? It’s perfect for testing your work in context.
Listen, we understand that in those years some of you have moved on to other tools. But rest assured — we’ve been moving forward too.
Yeah, we’ve been busy 🚀 Want to see more of what we’ve been working on recently? Take a look at our What’s New page.
It’s a great time to use Sketch
What we’re saying is — we’re still here, and we’ve got a ton of great features you’ll love, especially if you haven’t opened the Mac app for a while.
Oh, and if you’re new to Sketch, or design in general, why not take our free Sketch 101 course? It’s got everything you need to get started, plus some design tips from our expert, Joseph Todaro. Here’s a little glimpse of what you can expect — and what Sketch is as a platform today.
Like we said — there’s never been a better time to use Sketch 😉