I recently invested in the updated version of Sketch, having bought the pervious version some time ago. I’ve long loved it’s simple approach to great UI design. It’s had it’s bugs but these seem to have been largely ironed out in version 3.
They’ve also opened up the possibility of using plugins. Here’s a few to get you going:
Many people who see the platform I’m helping create at Engage Software have commented positively on how different it looks to all the other software they have to use in their daily jobs. I therefore thought it would be nice to occasionally highlight certain areas of the platform that are achieved using ExtJS to show off what can be done with the right mix of components and a killer theme. Our ExtJS theme was conceived way before Neptune ever existed and has continued to evolve and improve.
In this article we’re going to take a little look at grids. More specifically we’re looking just at the rows in those grids – as that’s where most of the action happens! For now we’ll take a very high level view and in future articles I’ll reveal a little about how you can get some similar results.