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Sketch is an innovative and fresh look at vector drawing for the Mac. Its intentionally minimalist design is based upon a drawing space of unlimited size and layers, free of palettes, panels, menus, windows, and controls. Though simple to use, it offers powerful vector drawing and text tools like perfect Boolean operations, symbols, and powerful rulers, guides, and grids.
Vectors mean scalability. Sketch’s Vector shapes easily adapt to changing styles, sizes and layouts, allowing you to avoid a lot of painful hand-tweaking. Sometimes though, you still need to account for physical pixels. Sketch supports this, meaning that you can fine tune when you need to.
Dimensions, positioning, opacity, blending modes… all the details that really matter in design. Want a unique place where you can control every one of these aspects for each object? Meet the new, completely reimagined Inspector.
Here at Bohemian Coding we are designers too, so we face the same problems that you face every day. That’s why we crafted this incredibly powerful set of tools to make our lives easier and happier.
As designers one of the most tedious and non-creative parts of our workflow is the need to cut-up, export, and (with the advent of retina devices) resize assets after every change. Sketch’s built in exporting tools help to automate the process, making it a breeze.
Sketch is built exclusively for the Mac, and it takes full advantage of Apple’s frameworks. From the raw graphics power of Quartz, the beautiful crispness of Retina screens, through to usability features like Auto Save and Versions, we support all the native goodness that you’ve come to expect.
- Fixed a crash that could occur while performing Undo action in macOS Mojave beta
- Fixed a rare crash that could occur when expanding the Typeface menu
- Fixed a bug where selection handles would not be temporarily hidden when editing Corner Radius
- Fixed a bug where drawing a shape would not respect the pixel-fitting preferences in some cases
- Fixed a bug that would prevent the Typeface menu to open for some fonts
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor