Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting artboards, part of Learn Sketch: The Basics.
- Now when you're ready to share your designs with a client…you may want to create a PDF file…and Sketch gives you an incredibly easy way…to take all of the artboards and create a PDF.…And we can do that by simply coming up to the File menu,…coming down and choosing Export Artboards to PDF.…This will bring up a Save As dialogue box.…Now the PDF will say Untitled but I'll come down here…and I'll click on the myWebDesign.sketch,…and OS X will automatically put in the .pdf here,…and then I can come down and simply choose Save.…Then I'll close my Sketch application frame…down just a little bit so I can see the desktop…and here's our brand new…myWebDesign.pdf file on the desktop.…
Now if I open up this PDF file and Preview,…which is a free PDF reader that's available on OS X,…then I'll come over here and turn on Thumbnails…and then we can scroll through…and see all of the individual pages.…We can also rearrange the pages in this panel.…And another setting that I prefer is to change…the Continuous Scroll view down to Single Page.…
- Creating pages and artboards
- Adding a navigation bar
- Creating a logo
- Drawing custom shape-based icons
- Building links
- Adjusting layouts for medium screens
- Adapting layouts for small screens
- Exporting artboards and assets
Skill Level Beginner
1. Design and Layout
2. Creating Layouts for Medium Screens
3. Adapting Your Design to Small Screens
4. Saving and Exporting Assets
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