Sketch 61.1 Full is an innovative and fresh look of vector drawing. Its intentional minimalist design is based on an unlimited size and layer drawing space without palettes, panels, menus, windows, and controls. It is easy to use, but provides powerful vector drawing and text tools such as full Boolean operations, symbols, powerful rulers, guides, and grids.
Sketch for macOS is built for modern graphic designers and appears on every fiber in the app. From a flexible workflow that supports multiple pages and artboards. Reuse elements quickly and easily with powerful features such as symbols and shared styles. Easily create complex shapes using state-of-the-art vector Boolean operations and take advantage of extensive layer styles. The app’s fully vector-based workflow makes it easy to create beautiful, high-quality artwork from start to finish.
Sketch is just so much easier to use than an app like Photoshop. I cannot tell you just how much time it has saved me.
And speaking from a web designer’s point of view, one thing that I also love about Sketch is the quality of the render, which means the designs that you can create are very, very close to a finished HTML/CSS result or web page. And because of that, you can really perfect a design, even on the coded version. It’s just great.
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Sketch 61.1 Full macOS Key Features
- Made through many years of development, enhancement and fine-tuning of our exhaustive artist’s toolbox.
- Add layers for incredibly complex creations.
- Sketches User Interface has been designed from the strat for styluses.
- Icons for Apple’s iOS operating system.
- Professional graphical design.
What’s new in Sketch Version 61.1:
- Fixes a bug where the color popover could get cut off when Sketch was positioned slightly off screen.
- You should now see preview images for any groups you’ve created for text styles in the Components Panel and Popover.
- Fixes an issue where the Documents window might not refresh when you switched from “Get Started” to “Recent Documents”.
- Fixes a bug where deleting a point would select the next point in a path but the selected point wouldn’t actually be editable.
- Fixes a crash that could occur when using ⌘+Z to undo edits while working with multiple gradient fills.
- Fixes a crash that could occur if you selected Refresh Data from the Data menu on an image fill.
- Fixes a crash that could occur when editing text overrides.
- Fixes a bug that stopped you from selecting vector points by pressing
Mac OSX Requirements
- Intel 64
- macOS 10.13.4 or later