Saturday, Nov 09, 2019 10:00a -
125 Summer Street, 13th floor
Boston, MA 02110
Art, Business, Tech
Are you in the process of building a web site or an app and are intimidated with Illustrator? Are you transitioning into web design and need high-fidelity tools to build mockups? Have you heard of Sketch recently and want to know what the fuss is all about?
Sketch App has been been picking up steam in the design community and is already in use by many fortune 500 companies. In this hands-on workshop, we will take you from knowing nothing about design to creating your first clickable prototype and previewing it on your mobile phone and exporting files for a developer. (PS: While this class doesn’t assume any design background, existing UX/UI designers who want to make the switch to Sketch are most welcome.)
We will start with orientation of the software itself, and end with a few complex techniques. This is not a lecture. Bring along any questions you may have and we'll explore them together.
Why should you, the non-designer, care? Sketch lets you express your product ideas visually, with its intuitive interface. You’ll be able to vividly share your concepts with potential customers, collaborators, and investors.