Now that we've discussed many options for design collaboration with Sketch, it's time to talk about what you can do with Sketch, that result in a final set of files that are ready to be included in your final project. We’ll take a look at exporting individual assets in a number for formats, including JPG and SVG.
- [Voiceover] Now that we've discussed many options…for design collaboration with Sketch,…it's time to talk about what we can do with Sketch…that will result in a final set of files,…ready to be included in our final project.…So first, we'll take a quick look…at exporting individual assets inside…of the Sketch application in a number…of different formats and sizes.…So to demonstrate this, I'll go back…to the responsive web design we have inside of Sketch.…I'm going to zoom up here on the 1200 pixel Artboard.…Then I'll come down here and double click…on this photo lounge graphic.…
This will automatically open up…the atmosphere group in the layers panel.…And then here I can see the lounge group,…that has the bitmap and the mask.…So I wanna export the lounge layer group,…which will consist of both the bitmap and the mask.…Now with this selected in the lower right corner,…next to make exportable,…we'll click on the plus sign.…This will automatically make a one-time graphic,…which is a 100% pixel representation…of the graphic on the stage in the .png format.…
- Sharing artboards
- Exporting artboards as image files
- Integrating with other UX design software
- Exporting assets, code, and animations