You never write common articles Peter. I love how you explain every argument you touch in a clear way with good examples and above all with very interesting solutions.
This was very promising. I have run into issues with exporting SVGs from Sketch to my developer and have been told that the resulting code was not optimized and unusable. In the end the assets had to be duplicated and exported from Illustrator – apparently Illustrator produces cleaner SVG files.
I’ve been creating svg’s for some time now. We recently started creating svg spritesheets (one svg file with all the icons in it) but that didn’t work properly. The thing is that there isn’t much to find about it online (apart form icomoon etc., but that means you have to re-download everything once a new icon enters the area).
I’m creating a brochure for my company and thought it’d be a good time to finally dedicate a project to InDesign, and then I got started haha. I just can’t justify slowing down my productivity when I know I could be done so much faster in Sketch. This article gave me a reason to never open InDesign again. Thank you for saving me so much time!!!
This is the kind of content needed in the design community. Drilling down to the foundation of the techniques and technologies involved.
Way too many articles and full on guides out there make ridiculous amounts of assumptions, thus creating a bubble of insiders.