Android's Material Design has some very different considerations than iOS. In this video, we discuss how to design an Android application's navigation.
- [Instructor] In this video we'll go ahead…and cover Android App Design.…Android design structure is designed in such a way…that the hamburger menu causes the menu…to go over the top of our page.…Unlike iOS where you have your menu…down at he bottom as a toolbar.…So because of that, we're gonna start…with the home page first.…You'll see that I've already brought in the Mobile Portrait.…This is our Android size art board, and again,…if we need more art boards, you always click on the A,…and they'll show up on the right there.…
Also I've already brought in the material design…symbols and stickers, which are the patterns…we'll use for this design.…If you need to be able to get ahold of those,…Sketch out of the box has these templates.…Just like iOS, you go to File, New From Template,…Material Design, and then you can…go ahead and bring those in yourself.…So going back to our Android App Design,…we want to be able to make sure to keep the same branding…look and feel that we had for our iOS design, right?…So if we go back to iOS App Design…
- Extending Sketch
- Building a style guide
- Using styles and symbols
- Working with artboards
- Making responsive wireframes
- Using responsive design plugins: Artboard Zoom, Sketch Focus, Craft, and more
- Exporting your design
- Building a mobile app for iOS, Android, or watchOS
- Integrating other tools in your Sketch workflow
Skill Level Intermediate
UX Design Tools: Flinto for Macwith Nathan Manousos52m 49s Beginner
1. Using Outside Resources
2. Beyond the Basics
3. Responsive Design
4. Mobile Design
5. Extending beyond Sketch
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