Getting the pixels right in Sketch

Nav Pawera
Feb 15, 2017 · 4 min read
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← Pixel Perfect vs Blurry Mess →

A few basics


So, here we go…

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This grid only appears when you zoom in a lot but it can be very helpful in aligning objects properly.
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That light Orange line is trying to sit between two pixels (so ends up sitting on two simulated half pixels)
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← “Center” borders tend to often sit on half pixels
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“Outside” borders fall outside of the default art boards for symbols


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