Sketch 102: Supercharge your designs
Take designs to the next level
In this course, you’ll learn how to design faster and more consistently with Components. We’ll show you how to make your designs interactive and tangible with Sketch’s native prototyping features, and we’ll cover everything you need to successfully hand off your design to developers.
Unlock the power of components and Libraries to keep your designs consistent
Discover how to use Symbols, Color Variables and Styles in your documents. Then turn them into Libraries and reuse components across your designs. Learn how to keep designs consistent as they scale and streamline the design process.
Bring your designs to life with prototypes and developer handoff
Learn how to create fully interactive prototypes that help you quickly iterate and take your designs to the next level. To wrap things up, we’ll dig into developer handoff and you’ll learn how to prep your designs for developers, so they can turn your pixels into code.
What you’ll learn
How to keep your designs consistent with Symbols, Styles, and Color Variables
How to build Libraries and reuse them across multiple documents
How to create interactive prototypes and prepare your design for handoff
We’ll begin by learning all about the different types of components that make up a design. We’ll then explore the power of Libraries and we’ll deep-dive into all things prototyping. To round it off, we’ll learn how to ensure a successful developer handoff using the different tools in Sketch.
To successfully complete this course, you’ll need:
A Sketch Account — if you don’t have one, you can create your Sketch Account in seconds.
Basic Sketch knowledge — If you’re completely new to Sketch, we recommend taking our intro course first so you can make the most of Sketch 102.
macOS Monterey (12.0.0) or newer to run the Mac app.
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Joseph is our Head of Video at Sketch. He brings over a decade of product, design, and education experience. Before joining Sketch, he was a Senior Product Designer at InVision and was also responsible for the design education courses for InVision Studio and DSM.
While designing in-flight entertainment software at Fuse IFX, he migrated his team to Sketch – a tool that would go on to change the way he works. Eventually, he founded LearnSketch.com as a side project to share his knowledge and passion for the tool.
Joseph currently teaches UI and UX design at the Laguna College of Art and Design. He continues to share resources with the design community through projects like LearnSketch.com, Shapefest.com, LUTHOUSE.com and RandomUI.com.