Accelerating Embedded GUI Development with Imported Sketch Design Files
Join Dan Conroy, Graphic Designer, and Evan Beisheim, Storyboard Software Developer, as they discuss the use of Sketch files to create Storyboard GUI applications.
Countless hours are spent perfecting the design of the embedded GUI within design tools, so then having to recreate it through coding seems redundant.
With Storyboard, there’s no need to double your workload. Simply import your design files from popular design tools, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, or Sketch, and then start refining the events and animations.
During this advanced Storyboard user training session, we will cover what you need to do to work with Sketch files, how you can update the UI design within Sketch and re-import the files into Storyboard, and provide you with a look at the enhancements made to our Sketch support within Storyboard 7.0.
This webinar will cover:
- What you need to do to set up Sketch for working with Storyboard
- How to import Sketch files into Storyboard
- Updating the UI design using Storyboard’s Compare and Merge feature
- Enhancements introduced to our Sketch integration in Storyboard 7.0
Your storyboard experts
Dan Conroy, Design and Graphics Manager, Crank Software
Evan Beisheim, Product Developer for Storyboard, Crank Software
Scott Snider, Product Marketing Manager
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