Sketch to HTML — A new UI/UX Design Workflow
Sketch is a powerful designing application that runs on Mac system. Due to its features focused on UI/UX design, it is gaining more and more popularity among designers as an alternative to Photoshop. This has also resulted in a new workflow for front-end developers — Sketch to HTML.
From ancient times designers have been stuck with Adobe Photoshop for designing websites. Even though it offers very little features to help in UI/UX design it has been go to app for the task. On the other has Sketch offers a lot many tools and features a modern day UI/US design demand. And all of it comes in a light-weight package for a price which is a fraction of the long-term Adobe Photoshop subscription costs.
Why I Moved To Sketch — This article should convince you enough to switch to Sketch for your next project.
Switching to Sketch
Here are list of articles that will help you to make a switch from Photoshop to Sketch:
- Making The Switch
- How To Mock-up Website In Sketch
- Using Sketch For Responsive Web Design (A Case Study)
Sketch to HTML
Sketch is not only useful for designers but also very useful for front-end developers. The workflow of converting designs into HTML/CSS code becomes even more precise and faster. This is especially true if the designs made in Sketch includes responsive variants.
Due to all this these benefits there is an increase in demand for Sketch to HTML services. And our team has been the first one offering this workflow.
Just deliver us your Sketch designs and we will convert them to modern HTML5 / CSS3 templates using the latest industry standards and best practices.