Sketch App Tutorial – Design a simple landing page in Sketch

Sketch App Tutorial – Design a simple landing page in Sketch

Hey! I’m Hunter from Skillthrive and in
this course you’ll design a landing page in Sketch. In lesson 1, you’ll cover
basics like starting an artboard, using shapes, creating text, grouping layers, and
adding shadows. Let’s get started. Hey, I’m Hunter from Skillthrive and
welcome to the first lesson on how to create this landing page in Sketch.
The first thing we want to do is actually create an artboard that we’re
going to create the landing page on. To do that we can just click “A” when we’re in Sketch to access the artboard tool quickly. You could just
come out here and drag the artboard that you wan, or if you notice that when
you’re in the artboard tool you have a drop down over here for presets. You
have out-of-the-box different presets, but I actually want to come down and
create a custom preset. That way if I want to use this again I don’t have to
create just an artboard and then resize it, I can just click on this button and
it’ll create it for me. We do have to actually create that custom size first,
so I’m going to come down here and click on this and I’m just going to
name this something like hunter standard web page. I’m going to set the width
to 1200 and the height to 700 and click save. Now, you can see that over here
we now have this custom artboard preset, and I can just click on that and it will
add it here into our project. I’m going to go ahead and actually rename this, so
let’s name it something like homepage 1. Before we actually start working in
this artboard, I’m going to create a couple shapes which are going to be used
as a reference for the colors. That way you can see them and have an idea of
what they are if you’re coming into this project. Let’s go ahead and hit “R” on
our keyboard and we’ll access the rectangle too.l I’m going to click and
drag and then hold shift so I create a a square. Just drag this
out–make it about 200 pixels. Let’s go ahead and turn off the border and
then I’m going to select it again and hold option. Then drag this out.
It’s going to duplicate the squares here. Let’s go ahead and actually set
the fill color to the colors that we’re going to use for this project. The
first one here is going to be this black that we’re going to use for our text. Then we’re going to use a nice orange color, the
dark blue that we’re going to use for the gradient, and now lighter blue that we’re going to use for the gradient as well. One thing to keep in mind as
well is that you can save these colors to your palette. If you come over
here and click on this fill you can see that I have global colors down here
saved. You’ll also notice that the last four colors that I have down here are
the ones that we’re using for this project. Let’s say for instance you
wanted to create a new color, so let’s say you create a new fill and you want
it to be like this color right here. What you can do is come over and click on
this plus sign and you can see now that the color is selected for you. So instead
of remembering the hex code or entering it in each time, you can just come over
and select the color that you want. I want this black, which is gonna be used
for our text. You can see that it has changed to the color that we want now. I
don’t need to fills on here so I want to turn this one off–just as a
demonstration. Make sure you’re doing that if you want to really speed up the
process. The first thing I want to do on actually creating the
homepage is to create a polygon to come over–kind of
down this side, and then come over and fill this. In order to do that I’m
actually going to create a polygon with six sides. Come over to insert shape, and then polygon. I’m just going to click and drag out. Then
hold shift and just make it whatever size– make it pretty
big though. I’m gonna turn off border and on
sides you can see that’s it’s set at five right. I’m just going to go
ahead and bump that up to six. I also want to round the corners a bit, that way
they’re not coming just to a hard point. To do that I can double-click on the
shape and now you can see that this corner here is selected. I can come
over and adjust the roundness of that corner over here. Now, I
just don’t want to do one at each time because that’s a little bit inefficient.
So what I can do is select off of the shape and then click and drag. It
will select all of our corners on the shape and then we can come over and set
a value to like 50. Now you can see all of them changed at the same time.
The first thing I want to do is just go ahead and make this a lot
bigger so it fills up the canvas. You don’t have to scale it proportionally,
actually it should be fine if you just kind of drag it to the point where you
want. I’m actually wanting to turn this a little bit so let’s do that. To do that
quickly you can just shift-command-R and come over to the side. You can see the
icon change, which means you can rotate it.
Let’s go ahead and rotate it to something like this and just make it a
lot bigger. Alright, so that’s kind of like the
shape that I was going for. Now we need to actually fill this with a gradient so
we get the colors that we want. To do that, go ahead and click on the shape and
come over into the fill. Right now, we have this selected, which is a solid fill.
Yhe one right next to it is a linear gradient, so let’s go ahead and select
that. You can see here that we can set our colors, so go ahead and
select this color here and we can just pick the color or set the the hex code
that we want to use– that’s going to be the darker hex code. Go ahead
and just set that, which will be this one right here. Then we can come in to this
next point and do the lighter hex code, and just like our fills we can come over
and actually save these gradients. Now you can see here that I
actually have this one saved, so if I click on this again it’ll create just a
gradient that we want to use. Now you can see that this gradient has
the starting point here, which is the darker color all the way down here to
the lighter one. What I actually want to do is set the lighter one towards the
top and bring this darker point down here. I don’t want it to be that dark,
so what I can do is actually extend this a little bit down and you’ll see that
the darker is going to get further away, so this isn’t going to be as dark. I think something like this
is looking really good. I’m going to go ahead and hit enter/return and now I’m
going to create the text box over here. I’m actually using a couple of open
source, free fonts which are included in the course files. So, if you’re a member on
Skilldrive, which is free, you can download those if you don’t already have
them on your computer. The first thing I want to do is actually hit “T” and I’m
going to bring up the text tool. Then I’m just going to click on the
inside of the artboard. I’m going to first change the typeface to Bree Serif. I’m going to set the size to 45 and I’m going to set the line to 62. Then
want to turn actually set this to whatever you want to
say. I’m actually gonna say, “Turn your passion into an online business.” Position this wherever you want. I’m
going to have to probably mess around with this a little bit more after we get the
subtext and everything else in here. Right now, this is fine where it is.
I’m going to hit T again and create a new tax layer. I want to
actually set this typeface to Open Sans I’m going to set the size on this
one to 17 and I’m gonna set the line to 23. Let’s go ahead and set the
weight. Let’s try light first. I’m just going to create some dummy text for
this and I’m just going to copy this over. You can see right no–if we zoom out–
that the text has extended really far. To fix that, you can come
over and just bring this over and the text is gonna start fitting into the box.
You can see here that our width is 457, so let’s go ahead and set this
width to 457 as well. That way it’s going to be easier to line up when we know
that it’s going to be nicely aligned. Now that we have that what we
can do is create the next element here, and that’s going to be like this little
mock search bar. To do that we want to come into our ellipse tool, or create
an ellipse shape. To do that, just come over to shape and then come down to
oval. I’m going to drag–actually no. We don’t want to create an oval, we want
to use the rounded rectangle tool and then drag it out.
Let’s go ahead and set the width to 457 as well, and then let’s turn off the
border. Then double-click on this and you can see again we can access the
corner. So again, select all the corners and bump the
corners all the way up. Now you can see why I thought it was the oval, but
it’s a rounded rectangle tool with the corners turned all the way up to the
full roundness. I’m actually going to set the height here to a lot smaller, so
let’s go ahead and bring this down a little bit to like 55. As I look at
this, the searchbar doesn’t need to be as big. So let’s
actually bring it in just a little bit. I’m going to zoom out here just to kind of get an idea of how big
it is relative to everything else. I think that’s a pretty good size. I’m actually going to set this
fill to pure white, which is the color of the background. I’m going to actually
add a shadow so we can see it against the background. You can see here that we
can set our color, the X & Y, blur and spread. I’m just going to play around with
these values here until I get a desired effect that I want. Come in the color and drop the opacity
quite a bit. Drop the blur. OK, so something like
that I think looks really nice. I’m going to now using this same font size
of 17 Open Sans Light. I’m going to hit “T” and just type something in here like,
“Enter your email…” Try and center it to this rounded rectangle that we created earlier. Now, let’s go and
actually group these two so they’re acting like one unit.
Select this layer and hold shift. Select this one and then
command G and I name this group something like, “Search bar.” That way you
know if we want to hide this, we can hide the entire group together, and it’s
easier to align this because essentially Sketch knows like, “Hey, these two
things are one element, so let’s go ahead align this text to this
rectangle.” You can see here that it says it’s
centered. If we drag this out you can see by this red line that says it’s centered,
but I’m actually gonna nudge it down just like two pixels. Another quick tip as well–one thing
I really loved about Sketch when I first started using it was the fact that you
can hold a selected element here and hold option and it will give you the
distance that it is away. You can see I actually moved this down two pixels and
I was actually in the center. It’s 25 pixels from the edge of this
rounded rectangle and then sixteen from the top and bottom and then 255 from
this edge. I think that looks really good.
The next thing I want to do is actually just create like a button over here.
To do that, what I want to do is actually duplicate this rectangle. To do that
just hit command C and then command V and it’s duplicated on top of that.
Then what I’m going to do is come over to this one and just drag it over, but
I’m going to keep an eye on the size here in the bottom left of this shape. Right now it’s at 119 by 55 and I want this to be 55 by 55. So I’m just
going ahead and stretch this over till it’s that number and then release.
I’m gonna set a fill to this orange color that we picked out. It looks a
little darker than I remember…hmmm yeah, that’s the right color. I guess it just
looks a little darker than this one over here, but that’s okay. Ah, you know what it
might be – let’s go to turn the shadow off. There we go, cool. The next thing
I’m going to do is if just add like a little icon here. If you have the
files you can see that we have this envelope PNG and you can come over and
drag this in. Right now it’s obviously way too big, so let’s go ahead
and just size this down to like 40. Maybe even smaller than that, so let’s go ahead
and do 25. Go ahead and place it here in the center. I can hold alt
and see that it’s 15 pixels from each side in the circle, so that means
it’s centered. Alright, so that’s how we’re going to do
that. Let’s go ahead and look at the spacing between these two. We can see that this is 20 pixels from this, and I think
that actually might might work. This one is 35, so let’s move this search bar down about five pixels. Just using my
arrows, I’m going to go down by five and you can see here now that it’s 40 pixels
away–I think that looks nice. Let’s go ahead and actually group these three
elements together. Now, I’m going to actually rename this to header name this
to subtext. Then collapse the search bar. Then select these three layers,
command G, and just do left content. That way this is now its own element and we
can move this around as well to center it. With this layer
selected, move this until it snaps into the center. I’m going to move it
about 60 pixels away. Right now it’s 70, so I’m gonna hold shift and then the
left arrow. It’s going to jump over 10 pixels. Then I can check that and see
now that it’s 60 pixels away. I might move this in maybe 20 more pixels, so
again shifts, left twice. I might just move this down, although it said the
center. I think I want this text to be more in the center than the entire
element, so I can just move this down and kind of just get an idea by looking at
it what I actually like. I think 216 pixels from the top looks pretty good.
Right now, the next thing you want to do is add the logo. I am using my own
logo, and if you have the course files you’ll see that as well.
Go ahead and navigate to the assets, bring in the Skillthrive logo, and
I’m going to set the height to 31. I’m going to zoom in here. I want to place it the
the same distance from the left as this. 40 pixels and
about about 20 pixels from the top I think will look good. Actually, move it a little bit down, so hold shift and then down arrow is going to jump
it to 30. I think it looks good.
The next thing I’m going to do before we actually create the phone and all that
stuff is actually just bring the phone in. Again, if you have the course
files, you’ll see that I provided a free Sketch resource here from,
which is a great resource website to use. It has a ton of free
stuff from designers across the world, which is available for you to use. You
can see here that we have this iPhone X dark/light flat markup. I’m gonna do is
actually just double-click and open this. If this is collapsed, just go ahead
and expand this and select this white, then command C. I’m going to come in back
into our home page 1 and just command V to paste that in. I’m going do command K
this time and scale it down to a height of 500. There we go. So instead of coming
over here and adjusting the size, command K we’ll scale it proportionally and make
sure that all the elements are scaled relative
to one another. That way you’re not getting that funkiness like we just got. Go ahead and position this
somewhere about right here. I think it looks pretty good. I might make this
a little smaller, so I’m going to go ahead and do command K again. Set this to maybe
like 450–so whatever looks good to you is what you’ll set it to. I’m
actually going to move this down an eyeball it a little bit. In the next lesson we’ll come in and actually design this, but right
now let’s not worry about that. Let’s actually come in and finish the rest of
the components in this. Now the easiest thing to do is go ahead and knock out
the navigation links on the top, so to do that I’m going to hit T again to get
the text tool. I going to click here. Set the color here to white and
I want to set the size a little bit smaller to 14. Just type in, you know, some stuff that you might want to use as far
as pages in your navigation for your website. I might have “about” as one and
then I’m going to hold alt or option and drag this out. I’m actually going to
instead of having the weight to light, let’s go ahead and pop it up to
something like semibold so it’s a little bit easier to see. Then I want to
select this one and do something like courses. Select both of these, pull them out. Change this to like “events,” and “contact.” Duplicate that one again and
do “login.” Then I’m going to space these about 20 pixels apart from
each other. If you drag this in you can see it’s 23, 20, 20. You can see that
Sketch is–another reason Sketch is so great–is that it assumed
that I wanted those spaced out by 20. So when I spaced these two out by 20 it was like, “He probably wants the rest of these spaced out by 20.” It
just really helps speed up the process intelligently. Let’s go ahead and
actually group all of these together. I’m going to come over here and hold shift
and select these layers, command G, and name this like “navigation.” On this
“white” I’m actually going to name this iPhone so it’s a little bit more
descriptive. I want this to be the same distance from the top as this logo,
so 30. Move that up 4 pixels. I want it to be in line to the left of
this phone, so you can see here that it snapped. You can see that from that
red mark that it’s centered on the phone. It’s 30 pixels up, but I think it needs
to come up a little bit more because that 30 pixels is measuring from the top
of this box, so I’m gonna just move it up a little bit…so 25. I think it looks
pretty good. Alright, there’s only one more thing that I want to do on this
landing page mock-up and that’s to add like a couple of like circles over here
that would signify a carousel. To do that I’m actually going to create a
circle and come into our oval tool. I’m going to zoom in and just draw a
circle here. Go ahead and click and drag, and then hold shift to make it perfect. Let’s go
ahead and set it to like 15 or 16 pixels and turn off the border. I’m going to
actually set this color to a little bit lighter white. Then I’m
going to hold option then duplicate this one of about 10 pixels apart. Then I’m going to drop the opacity of
these two– I don’t know like 70 maybe. I might drop the opacity of
this white one to like 90. So those are a little bit too big, but so what I
can do is actually select these and then command K and I can scale it down by a
percentage. Let’s go ahead and scale it down by like eighty percent scale. You
can see there that it previews. Let’s go and do 70. I think 70 looks nice. I’m going to
click OK. While these are selected go ahead and group them, so command G and name these “carousel.” Let’s go ahead and center this on actual artboard and move it about 40 pixels from the side. I still think these aren’t very
distinguishable, so let’s go ahead and actually come into these two and drop it
down to like 50 opacity. Alright, I think those are a little easier to see that
they’re different and this first one is selected.
Let’s go ahead and zoom out here and take a look at this. That’s it! You’ve completed the first lesson, and the next one what we’re
going to do is actually come into this phone and design the user
interface. With that said, I’ll see you in the next one! In lesson two, you’ll apply the concepts
you learned from lesson one to create an iPhone app user interface.
You will also get an intro on using symbols and learn how to fill shapes with images.
Let’s get started. Hey, I’m Hunter from Skillthrive and welcome
to the last video on how to create this landing page in Sketch. In this video,
what we want to focus on is actually creating the phone UI. The first
thing we want to do is come into our phone layer and look at this mask layer.
This mask layer–if we turn this on and off–is like the screen on the phone. What we want to do here is actually make this mask layer a symbol. If
you’re not familiar with symbols, essentially what a symbol is is it
allows you to edit one instance of an object like this mask which represents
our phone screen. Let’s say we had duplicates of this artboard. Instead
of going into each artboard, we can just change the one instance of it and then it’s updated on all the artboards. As this project
grows, it’s just a good practice to get used to if you’re wanting to work
efficiently in Sketch. To do that, let’s go ahead and to make this a symbol.
What we can do is we can right-click and we can say create symbol.
It’s going to ask us what we want to name this–we can name this iphone screen
and make sure it’s “send to symbols page” is selected. I’m going to click OK and
it’s going to create this new page here called symbols. You can see here that
we have this new symbol called iPhone screen. Let’s show you for instance
what would happen if we went back and we duplicated this phone and we pulled it off into a new artboard here. Let’s create a new
artboard and drag this one into this artboard. Now we have two
instances of it. Instead of going into each artboard and changing it, what
we can do in the symbols is you can make one change here. Let’s just change the
background. You’ll see that it’s updated for both phones. Now, let’s say for
instance you didn’t want that to happen. Well, let’s hit command Z to go back to the grays. If you come in here, you’ll see if
you double-click and select the “mass” that you have this drop down here called
iPhone screen, which means that it is a symbol. Now if you want to unlock
that or not have those tied together you can come into this and just say detach
from symbol. When we come into the symbol and change the fill color you’ll
see that it’s going to change the one that is still tied to the symbol but not
the one that we just detached from the symbol–so just kind of a concept that’s
really important with Sketch when you’re getting started to understand how
symbols work. Let’s go ahead and delete this artboard, and I’m actually
going to command Z to go back and then delete the artboard. Let’s actually work
on this–so, instead of working on this page, I’m just going to our symbols and start working on this. The first thing you want to do is we
want to create the profile image. In our source files I have a profile pic
here in our assets that you can pull in. Let’s go ahead and scale this down
to 65 pixels by 65 pixels and let’s go ahead and just figure out a good spot
for it here. Something like this–we can always move
it. Then let’s hit T to go to our our text tool. I’m actually going to set
this color to this dark one that we have picked out for our brand colors and
let’s go ahead and set this to open sans and set it to regular font size 10.
Then type a generic name, “John Parker.” Make it about 10
pixels or maybe 5 pixels from this profile. You see if we hold option you
can see that it’s 5 pixels from the bottom of this profile. Then hit T
again to get our text tool and on this one let’s actually decrease the size to
eight. Let’s set this instead of regular, let’s set it to light. This is
going to be just kind of like an info section. Let’s just type something
like” Photoshop and illustrator.” These could be some topics that this
instructor covers. Let’s go ahead and center this and actually move it in flush with this one. You can see that
it’s right against this text box. Now let’s go ahead and just add some
different elements as well. Maybe we want a follower and following count
like something on Instagram or Twitter. Again, let’s hit the T to
create a new one here and let’s go ahead and actually set this to the same
typeface. Let’s do semibold and let’s actually increase this up to
twelve. We can type a number here like 435 and I can again hit T for
text. Let’s set this instead of semibold to set it back to regular. Let’s set
the size to ten and type in “followers.” I’m going to actually group
these together. First, select these, command G, and call this followers.
Go ahead and center followers on 435. You can see by snapping
it should be–it’s actually being really weird right now. Let’s zoom out and try
it there. Alright, so that’s going to be flush with it as well. I actually
might go ahead and drop followers down to–what do we have here regular at ten–
yeah, so let’s drop the size down to this to 10 and recenter that. Alright,
it’s flush as well so now what I can do is just duplicate this followers. I’m
going to select this layer, command C, command V, and do following. I’m just
going to move this over and let’s go ahead and change these numbers –you
know 123 and change this to following. Make sure that it’s centered to 123,
which it is. They’re both 212.11. Let’s go ahead and move these over–
just eyeballing these. This is about 29 pixels from the side. 215… 217… I’m going to zoom out to just kind of get an
idea of this. I might actually bring these in a little bit more, so shift
right, shift right. Go ahead and group these down– so just command G. I’m going to name this to “stats” I guess
would be fine. I’m actually going to move this down just
maybe like one pixel. It looks like it needs to come to the right a little
bit, so just want to nudge it over. It looks like now it’s
centered. Move it up maybe one more. You can see here this new element
that we have. Now what we want to do is just add a couple more elements.
I’m actually going to go ahead and start grouping some of these too, so let’s go
ahead and select these three and command G, and just name this like “profile.” That
way we know this is the profile section. We’re happy with how these are spaced, so
if we want to move this we just kind of want to move those three elements
together–that’s why we group them. Let’s go ahead and create these
cards. To do that we can come in and actually do the rounded rectangle again. Let’s go ahead and set width to 175. I’m going to turn off the
borders here and go ahead and duplicate this like three times. I’m actually
going to move these two elements up. Move this about 15 pixels from each other and
then duplicate that one more time. It’s looking pretty good.
Let’s go ahead and fill these with an image. There are multiple ways of doing
this, but one way that I like to do it is actually coming to the fill and select
this icon here. Then choose image and you’ll see that I have some images here
for you that you can use and click open. It’s going to apply that here, and
right now it’s way too big. What we can do is actually come to this and just
say fill and it’s going to fill that image to this section. Let’s go ahead
and do that as well for these. so let’s go back actually to our page
one to see what this is starting to look Looks pretty cool.
You can see how those effects from that symbols page have now been applied
and carried over here. There are couple more things I want to do.
One thing I actually want to do is I want this to be on a white background.
Let’s go back into the symbols and change this to pure white. You’ll see
though that if we did this it’s going to be hard now to detect the changes
between the pure white background and the white phone, so what we can do is
come in to our base layer here and just change this fill. We can just kind of
just offset the color a little bit, so F2F2F2 is the hex code.
The last thing you want to do is just copy this hex code and apply it to this bar
here, which is kind of that little notch on the new iPhone 10. Again come in to
fill, paste that, and you’ll see that it looks normal. The next thing you
want to do is add a little heart and then add some of the the phone
components up here for like the time and the signal for your cell phone service
and stuff like that. If you have the course files you might have
seen that I have another Sketch resource that’s free called the iPhone X notch
overlays. Let’s go ahead and open this up and I’m going to just drag this over. You see here that we
have several notches that we can use. I want to use the the pure white, so
let’s go ahead and select this one and I’m going to come into
our symbols and just paste it here. You can see it’s way too big, so what we
can do is you’ve come into our artboard. You can see that the the width is 201, so that’s how wide we want this status bar to be. To do that, hit
command K to scale this proportionally and set the width to 201 and click OK. Then what we can do is move this to where we want it.
If we go back into our page you can see those changes were carried over. One more thing I want to do
is just add a heart kind of like if we wanted to follow this person.
Let’s come back into our symbols and again in the assets I have a font
awesome heart. Go ahead and drag this in. Let’s scale it down. Go ahead and
change the fill so we can actually see it. Select this one, scale it down to 15 pixels. Right now you can see that
the bottom of the heart is flush to the top of this profile pic and it’s
also at the same distance as these cards, so it’s nice and centered. Let’s go
back into the page and see what that looks like, Alright, I think that
looks really nice. There’s one more thing I want to do on this and that is to kind
of fade this last picture–kind of faded away so it looks like it’s a continuous blend. To do that, what I want to do is
just create a rectangle here. I’m just going to make a rectangle. I’ll drag it
down make it a lot smaller and I’m actually going to turn off the border
and on fill I’m going to come into the gradient. I’m going to set–actually
want to make this a little bigger. I want it the top of this and on the
gradient I want this bottom color to be pure white. I want the next one to be
pure white, but I want to set the opacity to zero. What we can do is I can
extend this. Move this up kind of–give it this effect. I can
set another point here and set it to pure white but maybe increase it a
little bit. Something like that. Now you can kind
of see what what I meant by that tapering off effect. Come back
into our page and you can see that effect applied. There’s just one more
thing I want to do before wrapping this up, and that is to add a shadow to this
polygon that we created. To do that just come into shadow and you can see
that it added a nice subtle shadow. I’m messing around with these values a little bit. So I’m actually going to turn the blur up and scoot it in. That way it just gives that shape a
little bit of depth between the background–it just looks a little nicer to the eye in my opinion. Again, I want to zoom out
to get an idea if there’s any final changes I want to make. I might bring
this layer up 10 pixels and maybe move this over about 10 pixels Now just kind
of get an idea of how all the stuffs aligned. Cool, and that’s it! Congrats working on this landing page in Sketch. If this is your first time
using Sketch I hope you saw how you can prototype really easily
with this and why so many people have switched from Photoshop and Illustrator to
this. Photoshop has its own competitor now or competitor to this
which is Adobe XD. I don’t think XD is to where Sketches is yet,
but maybe in the future once it is I’ll do a tutorial on that as well.
Again, I want to thank you for taking the time to watch this! If you haven’t
followed us on YouTube be sure to do that and also become a free member on
Skilldrive. Again, I’m hunter from Skillthrive and I’ll see you in the next one!

Dereck Turner

68 thoughts on “Sketch App Tutorial – Design a simple landing page in Sketch

  1. senem menes says:

    Thanks for the amazing tutorial 🙂 It's so much better than doing UI design in illustrator and photoshop.

  2. Imran Farooq says:

    Good Video.

    Imran Farooq

  3. ddkim says:

    Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial. I think it was great that you simply showed the process of actually making a page, rather than explaining individual buttons. It really showed what useful things there are to use in Sketch! Thank you so much

  4. Ramon Mendes says:

    What OSX app do you use to show your keystrokes on the screen?

  5. Erik Thorsvik says:

    Awesome video, I've picked up a lot of new techniques here. Thank you!

  6. Haider Ali says:

    Awesome! Can I ask of the tool you are using for the video making ?

  7. Daniel Sáez says:

    Great design and tutorial! I’m very interested on learning Sketch. Keep it up!

  8. Patrick says:

    Amazing Tutorial !! simple, clean, and well explained ! Definitely "Thumbs UP" 🙂

  9. Manningham88 says:

    Nice intro to sketch, coming from the programming side of things. Very nice!

  10. Oğuz Akankan says:

    More Sketch App Tuts, always sketch tuts and till I die sketch tuts! Thanks a bunch.

  11. v2Drake says:

    Would like to reach out and say thank you, dude. The one obstacle that continuously gets in my way with jobs for UIUX is Sketch. I didn't have a mac but after getting one and getting the trial for Sketch I really needed a solid tutorial that started from scratch and gave a small project, I feel a lot more comfortable in Sketch after watching this. Hopefully I can translate 10 years of Photoshop experience into Sketch now and get a damn job 😛

    Kind Regards,

  12. BIG MOE says:

    amazing tutorial !! i have learned a lot from you buddy post some more cuz im new to this program and i like the way you made this easy to be learned

  13. Grace Huang says:

    Thank you for your sharing. It's a great teaching!

  14. Joanna Gonsior says:

    It's a nice tutorial but it is quite fast and it assumes you have a bit of a background knowledge. As a zero beginners I got lost in the second part and I needed to find some other tutorial on masking.

  15. Marek Zofota says:

    Perfect intro tutorials.

  16. Ally C says:

    Absolutely loved this tutorial, thanks so much! Please keep it up! Subscribed immediately 🙂

  17. Timo Ernst says:

    What's going on with your mouse cursor? 😀

  18. sheng doushi says:

    Thanks for sharing! Waiting for your more tutorial.

  19. Todd Moody says:

    Awesome tutorial, you're an excellent instructor and I'm looking forward the next one! Thanks a lot!

  20. Hồng Nguyễn says:

    Thanks for the amazing tutorial 🙂

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  22. Pipi kk says:

    Nice, thanks

  23. Caleb Bankole Olojo says:

    Thanks for this amazing tutorial! I use adobe Xd but I think I really need to also explore the power of sketch. Amazing. Great Content btw. I designed along and I learnt a lot. Thanks!!

  24. Hunter says:

    My name is Hunter!!

  25. Travis Nguyen says:

    Really good tutorial, gave me much value. Thank you very much

  26. Mei H. Miyamoto says:

    really really great! Thank you a lot! What is the plugin you used to "maximise" 39'48" ? Thank you!

  27. Joas Souza says:

    Great tutorial!

  28. bally akbar says:

    this is a very good and easy to follow tutorial, do you have tutorial how to make this to html file?

  29. Raita Sorin says:

    Love it dude !

  30. June Liu says:

    Thank you so much for this !

  31. Keiu Meesak says:

    Great tutorial for starting up with Sketch, especially concerning "symbols" tool in Sketch. Because at least to me the name "symbol" doesn't really connect with the purpose of this tool, so it was a bit confusing. Again, thanks for explaining the basics, I'm definitely going to look up more of your tutorials!

  32. Pri Snoww says:

    Amazing! , Thank for Share 🙂

  33. Carlos Torres says:

    awesome dude u rock

  34. Lara Mai says:

    I'm so so so so soooooo grateful this is free. its so much better than many of the paid tutorials. You are the best!

  35. Graphoeil says:

    Super tutorial, good model, I used it for a personal integration project to train =>

  36. Amy Johansson says:

    Definitely one of the clearest and most comprehensive beginner tutorials out there. Thank you!

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  39. suave-alpaca says:

    Hey thank you so much for this tutorial. I just graduated from college and found that I wanna pursue ui/ux design, so I'm starting from 0. I learn so much from your videos

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  41. Ijaware Tiwaloluwa says:

    Great tutorial

  42. chellie ilustre says:

    Thanks! I followed this for my practice 🙂

  43. Simran Bansal says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks a bunch 😊

  44. MrWarxhe says:

    First of all, Hunter!, you are an amazing amazing person. Thank you so much for this. I have zero knowledge of UI but I was able to follow and mimic everything you did. However, I have one problem. The last part where you add the last picture to the iPhone, it kinda spills over the iPhone and protruding out of the phone's edge. You know what I mean? I tried to play around with the settings. Anybody that can help me with that? thanks a bunch!

  45. asma amri says:

    Hi Hunter, thank you so much for this tutorial, it is awesome , I'm new in Design but I have a question, how can I import an XD file in Sketch if it is possible!!! thank you

  46. Eco Kraus says:

    Why is it all these guys think it’s important for their audience to see them talking to the webcam inside a tutorial, hiding parts of the interface? It really gives nothing, just a distracting element at best.
    Having said that, thanks for the good part of it.

  47. Eco Kraus says:

    Sketch in many ways so similar to Fireworks, which the geniuses at Adobe have discontinued.

  48. Pala&Chokrab says:

    Many thanx from tenzin. i learnt alot from you content. i hope you will make a video Adobe illustrator

  49. Bruno Myrrha says:

    I was looking for a simple tutorial to help people understand the design process using Sketch app and you nailed it. Congrats. Liked, subscribed for more. Congrats man.

  50. Ashley says:

    Thank you so much for a wonderful tutorial, You are very helpful!

  51. juanita joeseph says:

    thanks alot

  52. jess del rosario says:

    i downloaded the files from the course but i'm still not able to use the fonts, how can i add them in? sorry if this is a stupid question i'm just starting out!

  53. Andre Botha says:

    coming from years in adobe and recently entering the UX/UI field and found I could master Xd in an hour but when it came to sketch I was LOST. But now doing this along with you its all making sense. My biggest frustration was different shortcuts and the fact that Sketch automatically switches back to the selection tool after you perform a specific task. Thank you for this

  54. Kelly Nguyen says:

    Clear instruction. I did my first design on Sketch. Thank you!

  55. Ray Jey says:

    Красиво! Интересно смотреть!

  56. ChildOL says:

    So, sketch I'm assuming is the GUI/Visual editor for pretty much any software/web app? How helpful is the actual exporting/conversion to the actual code/app?

  57. Toby Trachtman says:

    Hey Hunter, 
    I just started using sketch, I trie to make the symbol as you directed but the third image is visible dangling bellow the iPhone image. how do I fix this? thanks for a great tutorial!

  58. Richard Goblet says:

    Watched the tutorial…subscribed immediately !! "Thumbs UP" from Dubai. Thx Skillthrive and keep up the good work.

  59. jbquigley2010 says:

    Thank you! This is literally my first time using Sketch but I feel like this is helping me pick it up really fast

  60. Ancel Zhu says:

    great video thank you man!! l also you mentioned there's website to download all those free Sketch materials. would you mind post the link here? many thanks!

  61. Tijani Moro says:

    sir could we get this in html css

  62. 方波 says:

    whats soft to record video?,it is wonderful

  63. Raj Kiran says:

    Awesome… this was my first video on Sketch…… Very Clean and crystal clear demonstration of tools…. Thnk you….

  64. Jihane says:

    Thank you!

  65. M.F. Othman says:

    Good one

  66. roter13 says:

    Don't take this the wrong way but I think I love you.

  67. Sophisticated Swanson says:

    Where do you get the files?

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