Ready to try a challenge? Use the basic skills covered earlier in the course to add a new screen to the wireframe project showing the recipe details. This video describes the challenge and shows a sample screen for you to recreate on your own.
- [Instructor] The basic tools we've covered so far…are all we really need to create wireframes in Sketch.…So if you're ready to take on a challenge,…then take a look at this Recipe Details screen…and try creating a screen like this on your own.…I've included an image of this screen…in the Exercise Files if you'd like to refer to it.…But your Recipe Details screen doesn't need…to look exactly like this one.…If you have your own idea of how you'd like…to design it instead, then you should go for it.…That's what wireframing is all about,…trying ideas and seeing what works.…While you're working on this,…think about whether you want to add any new text styles…to the file or change any of the styles…that we set up earlier.…
And be sure to create some groups and rename your layers…to keep them organized.…This challenge should take about 30 minutes.…So good luck and have fun.…
- Navigating the canvas
- Creating wireframes
- Working with shapes, text, images, and masks
- Managing layers
- Creating and nesting symbols
- Using the Vector tool
- Extending Sketch with design plugins
- Creating, sharing, and managing libraries
- Collaborating with Sketch Cloud
- Exporting assets
- Creating style guides and design systems
Skill Level Beginner
Creating a Design System with Sketchwith Anne Grundhoefer1h 21m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
Navigating the canvas2m 51s
2. Creating Wireframes
3. Visual Design and Symbols
Creating a library6m 44s
5. Prototyping and Collaboration
6. Exporting and Asset Management
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