Photoshop CC 2015 vs Sketch 3.3.2

News, Software, User Experience, Visual Design, Web Design
Adobe just announced an updated suite for the Creative Cloud subscribers with enhanced applications and added functionality. Those with creative cloud subscription will automatically get the updates along with the ability to keep older versions or simply replace them. A lot of the designers and developers were moving away from Adobe Fireworks and Photoshop in recent years due to Adobe not giving us updates for Fireworks and it's vast ability to do something that UX designers and designers in general loved; Pages! Yes each page could be a standalone page and have the ability to share assets from other pages. With Fireworks getting stuck in 32-bit java code world, we all started looking to alternatives, Bohemian Coding created Sketch from the ground up as a 64-bit application for OS X…
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5 things to consider when launching your first app

Apple, Programming, Software, Solutions
Excellent article by Maximilian Hennebach on launching your first app. I accidentally sent all app downloads a push notification. This was right at midnight on the east coast, so I felt very bad for any people who may have been disturbed. If it was me, I’d be pissed. Source: 5 things I learned launching my first iOS app | Sketchapp TV Blog | 365 files. One file a day. | Free Sketch 3 Premium Files & Resources
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Sketch vs Fireworks (Fight!)

Software, Solutions, Visual Design, Web Design
After using Adobe's Fireworks (Initially Macromedia Fireworks) for over 15 years to design websites, mobile apps, logos, envelopes, and everything under the sun. I've decided to switch over the Sketch 3 (I know it seems like I waited on Sketch 2, it's cause I didn't know Sketch existed.) Used Adobe Fireworks entirely to design some remarkable apps for both iPhone and iPads (including retina) and faced at least 10 crashes a day (mainly because Fireworks is still a 32-bit application running on top of Java 6); and Adobe decided to kill all efforts to update it like they've continued to advance the versions of Photoshop and Illustrator (both good tools as you'll read in the article below) Meng To does an excellent job in comparing the applications available in the…
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