In my daily life I try to be as minimalistic as I can, this approach is extensive to my work so I try to use as less tools as possible in order to keep everything tidy (it’s also less expensive).
For this reason when someone ask me which tools I use, I am proud to say that normally I only use sketch for my deliverables, of course I use others, like InVision, Flinto or Zeplin but these have a different approach and honestly, Sketch is still behind if we talk about prototyping.
So what are normally the tasks I do in Sketch? I think like more designers, task flows, interaction flows, diagrams, feature documentation or even UI analysis… so this is why I create UX hub, a library that does it all, free for you to download and use
What does it contains?
A set of elements that will help you create all kind of diagrams and flows that you will need
It also contains 9 types of different interactions to complete your flows
For the analysis part I include iPhone reachability test, so you can finally be sure off where to locate the components that you are using in your interface. For both thumbs, of course :)
Last but not least, 3 heuristic evaluation checklists; the classic Nielsen evaluation (Here you are a 4 minute read explanation by Eranga Liyanage), Gerhardt-Powals heuristic set and the more extensive list from Weinschenk and Barker. If you can’t get enough there will be more of these checklists to come!
Ok, What do I need for starting using the UX hub library?
You don’t need any plugin or anything, the library is ready to use and you will have free updates as soon as I update it.
That’s all folks! I’m not begging for applauses, but if you liked, please share, comment and stay tuned. Thanks!
I am Emilio Postigo, Product designer at Klikin and Waylet. If you want to stay in touch or whatever you can follow me on Twitter