Two years back I build an MVP online tool that dealt with the same concept, Sketch to PPT converter. Later on, I decided to enhance the experience and making it a plugin rather than an online tool. With some better performance and enhanced experience here I am introducing Deck — The sketch plugin to convert your designs into an editable PPTX file. Since PPTX is an open-source format by Microsoft, it can be open using Microsoft Powerpoint, Apple Keynote & also Google Slides
Sketch is a tool that revolutionalized the design industry because of its minimalistic approach. Even though Sketch is not meant for designing presentations, designers still use it as its quite modular and much simpler compared to the current presentations tool. …
📣Today I’m announcing my new Sketch plugin, that I have been working for a couple of months. Meet Compiler for Sketch App
Short Answer: A plugin to export files using a single interface
Managing and exporting assets can become messy while working on a huge project or working for a small team. Since the final output is what that counts, exporting files is a task that keeps repeating for every change you make.
It gets worse when you are working on multiple projects (multiple sketch files) and suddenly your team lead/client asks for an update from another project.
The first question that pops into your mind would be why a third party plugin when Sketch App does export natively. Although the native exporting works fine, when it comes to functionality, it still remains limited. Compiler plugin retains all the default functionality, and also adds a layer of additional functionality that would indeed boost your current workflow. …
Note: This tutorial is outdated. You no longer have to follow the below steps. Visit https://deck.is to check out our new updated version of the same tool
A small introduction before getting into the article.Hello I’m Jinson Johny, A mid level UI designer and a basic level coder from India and this is my first article on medium(Although had a huge list in the drafts, First one to get published)
I use sketch on a daily basis to just design UI screens and icons. When it comes to brochures and presentations, I would either depend on Photoshop or Affinity. …