Join Shauna Bybee for an in-depth discussion in this video Data sources, part of Sketch for UX Design.
- [Instructor] A lot of the time when we're…working with symbols, we'll be creating something…like a gallery or a list and we'll want…to override the images or text inside our…individual symbols to make…them look more realistic.…And we can always do this one by one,…we can command click on one of our tiles,…and then override each image and recipe name.…But Sketch has another way that we can replace…a lot of images or data at once,…and that's by using data sources.…So let's take a look at that.…I'll hold down the command and shift keys,…and then select all of our tiles at once.…
Then if we click on this icon…in the override section, we'll see the different…data sources that Sketch gives us so…that we can override all of these text…and image layers.…For text, Sketch comes with a set of names…and world cities, and for images,…we can use faces, tiles,…or royalty-free images from Unsplash.…But we can also add our own sources…of text or images.…So let's take a look at how we can do that.…We can head up to the Sketch menu,…
- 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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