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1.1 Introduction

Have you ever used Sketch? If you haven’t, you’re seriously missing out on a very well-built product. Sketch is a vector application that can be used to create user interfaces, icons, mobile pages and much more. It’s fast, powerful and really flexible. I’ve been an avid Photoshop user for many years, but learning Sketch was a breeze thanks to its simple interface and comprehensive set of tools.

In the first chapter of this course you’ll learn about Sketch’s interface, the tools it puts at your disposal, and some of its most powerful features. Then we’ll put your new knowledge into practice, with a hands-on project constructing an admin UI for a fictional blog management system. There won’t be any coding involved and you don’t have to be familiar with Sketch before beginning this course.

So, without further ado, let’s get started. I’m Adi Purdila, and welcome to Practical UI Design With Sketch.

1.1 Introduction

Have you ever used Sketch? If you haven't, you're seriously missing out on a very well built product. It's a graphic design application and you can use it to create user interfaces, icons, mobile pages and so much more. It's fast, powerful, and really flexible. In this course, you'll learn how to work with Sketch and it's not hard at all. I've been an avid Photoshop user for many years now but learning Sketch was a breeze. It has a very simple interface and really awesome tools. In the first chapter you'll learn about the interface and the tools you can use as well as some of the awesome features of Sketch. Then you'll learn how to build a simple admin UI for a fictional blog management system. You'll build a dashboard, a page that lists all posts, and a page that allows you to create a new post. Now, there won't be any coding involved and you don't have to be familiar with Sketch. Instead, just pay attention and practice what you see in these lessons. So, without further ado, let's get started. I'm Adi Purdila. Welcome to Practical UI Design with Sketch.

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