Welcome to the mini version of the Hands on Sketch training for learning mobile app design. In this version of the course, I’ll walk you step-by-step through the process of duplicating your first app screen, a few popular logos and a really cool metallic button, all using Sketch 3. Upon completion, you'll have a good introduction to using Sketch. For an advanced understanding, I recommend enrolling in the full version of the course.
What kind of App screens will I be duplicating in this course?:
Sketch 3 is an amazing product that's gaining in popularity as the top tool for designing mobile apps due to its very intuitive controls and ease of use. If you’re interested in designing your own mobile apps, this is a great course to get your feet wet.
Class Resources & Support:
In this video I'll give you a brief intro to the course and let you know what you'll need to get started. I'll also tell you about the full version of this course.
This video will talk about my teaching style and the pace you can expect during the lectures.
In this video I'll talk about my recommendation for getting your questions answered when you run into problems
In this video I'll share some of the most common websites I use for grabbing icons, fonts, inspiration and more.
This video is taken from the full version of the course to give you some insight into the basics of Sketch.
The title of this lecture says it all. If you like what you've seen so far, you'll love the full version of the course. Check your welcome email for your discount coupon.
Get ready to duplicate your first app screen. It might look easy, but there's much more detail than you think. Be sure to download the resources file, which includes everything you'll need along the way.
Get ready to duplicate your first logo. We'll use some basic shapes, a few gradients and a boolean operation in order to get it right. Check out the full version of the course for lots more practice duplicating some really cool looking basic and advanced mobile app logos. Check your welcome email for your discount coupon.
Creating custom elements like this is by far one of my favorite things to do in Sketch. This video will take you through creating a button and giving it a really cool metallic look.
In this video we'll recap all the content we covered in the mini course and I'll give you an overview of all the awesome content you'll get by enrolling in the full version of the course. Check your welcome email for your discount coupon.
Hi I’m Arend, a lifelong student and teacher, here to share my knowledge and style of teaching. I’ve been involved in the tech industry for the majority of my career and have spent the last 15 years working as a Business Analyst documenting and designing everything from back-end systems, business and personal websites and mobile applications. My preferred style of teaching is to take a hands-on approach, where I walk you through real-world examples, in order to provide you with a detailed view of the concepts/topics being covered.