If you design interfaces, you probably often work with repeating elements, like rows in a table or a grid of items. While Sketch provides some way of applying the same style to many elements via symbols, it has its shortcomings if you want to make the layout a little more adaptive and dynamic.

A couple of times in the past when I’ve encountered a layout-heavy project where I had to iterate quickly (like for example re-designing the About page in Facebook profiles), I skipped the Sketch part altogether and jumped right into HTML/CSS. …


Matej Hrescak

Designer in California, assembled in Slovakia. Product designer at Facebook

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