Join Shauna Bybee for an in-depth discussion in this video Resizing shortcuts and grids with groups, part of Sketch for UX Design.
- [Instructor] Now that we've added a container…to our recipe tiles,…we'll need to make the titles a little bit smaller…so that they fit inside the container.…If we want a 10 pixel margin on each side,…then the names will need to be 20 pixels smaller.…Let's hold Command and click to select the first one…and then hold Command and Shift to select these other two.…Sketch has a really cool feature we can use…to resize things like this.…If we click over in the width box,…we can type minus 20 in here…and then Sketch will actually do the math for us…and make those layers 20 pixels smaller.…
They are still aligned to the left,…so there's one more thing we can do.…Let's hit Command + Z, and then this time,…we can type minus 20 C.…Adding that C on the end will resize them from the center…and we can to the same thing with the letter R…if we want to resize things from the right.…One of the things I love about Sketch…is that it has nice touches like these smart input fields.…It helps smooth things out while we're designing…
- 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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