One of the most common file formats for collaboration is PDF. Sketch gives you a very quick way to export your Artboards to PDF. Once you have created your PDF, you're next step is to share it with your clients and colleagues. PDF files have the ability to store commenting information within the file itself. There are a variety of tools, for both Mac and Windows, that allow you to add comments to specific pages and elements within the PDF file.
- [Voiceover] One of the most common…file formats for collaboration is P-D-F,…and Sketch gives us a very quick and easy way…to get to export our artboards to P-D-F.…To demonstrate this, I'm here in the Sketch application.…I have a responsive website design open…with four different artboards on page one,…and all we need to do is simply…go up to the File menu, come down and choose…Export Artboards to P-D-F, and then…from the Save As dialog box, we can choose…our target destination, and then…come down and click Save.…And then I can see my resulting…multi-page P-D-F on the desktop.…
Once you've created your P-D-F,…the next step is to share it…with your clients and colleagues.…P-D-F files have the ability to store…commenting information within the file itself,…and there are a variety of tools…for both Mac and Windows that allow you…to add comments to specific pages…and elements within a P-D-F file.…If you're working in a design or marketing agency,…your team likely has a license…to use Adobe's Acrobat product.…There is a key feature in Acrobat called Shared Review,…
- Sharing artboards
- Exporting artboards as image files
- Integrating with other UX design software
- Exporting assets, code, and animations