We use Sketch for designs and we like the amount of integrations it uses. We especially like the seamless integration between Sketch and InVision. We can distribute assets to developers via Zeplin and we use InVision and look at mockups together on InVision.
Founder - Sendtask
We love Sketch. It’s something that I’ve been using since its beta. Our design team swears by it, and I do my wireframes in it, too.
Co-founder & Chief Product Officer - Clark
The worst part about design tools is that once you are done with the design you still have to do all the HTML.
Head of Platform - WaystoCap
We use Sketch for web design.
Founder & CEO - Zera
We are very design-focused, experiment a lot and try to implement as soon as possible. We try to have several prototypes before we decide which one to implement. We start with sketches on paper and then we move to Sketch to start the design process.
CEO - Go Pollock
Our head of design loves Sketch. It is easy to export the files into different formats. Our developer also enjoys using sketch files--it makes it easier for him.
Co-founder & President - JustFix
Sketch is great. It’s easy even for people who are not designers.
Founder & CEO - Open Collective
In our company almost everyone uses Sketch. Compared to alternatives, it is lightweight, easy to use and gets the job done. Recently, they added a number of edge features that really make a difference.
CEO - Panjo
Sketch is our preferred tool. It is better than Illustrator. When I create something in Photoshop, it is mind-boggling how slow it is to create and prototype UI.
Founder & CEO - Sustainabody
Sketch is a good tool and is really inexpensive for what it does.
Founder & CEO - Planify
Sketch is great for design. It allows you to create mock-ups to improve your UI/UX experiences.
Alain van Gils
Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped
Sketch came along and redid Photoshop by making it easier for the layperson. Our designers use Sketch, but I’m still more familiar with UXPin. Sketch is better for layering and coloring—UXPin got a little clunky on this front with their latest design. If I was starting over, I would be a Sketch user, but I don’t participate in the operational aspect of design as much as I used too.
Co-founder & CEO - Roadmunk
All the design, print, UI and UX work is done in Sketch. It is the most valuable design tool I’ve ever come across. Sketch is pretty amazing.
Co-founder & CEO - getPartnered
We use Sketch for design. It’s a powerful and intuitive tool, and constantly being updated in meaningful ways.
Founder - HandUp
Sketch is great for design UX/UI mockups, and for collaboration between the design and engineering teams.
Co-founder & CEO - Blue Bite
The designers and product managers use Sketch.
Head of Marketing - Pipedrive
Sketch is used a ton for design. Our designer lives in Sketch.
Founder & CEO - Knowtify
Sketch is the new age, cloud-based, replacement for Photoshop.
Co-founder - Kinnek
Sketch is great for design. We don’t hate Adobe, but Adobe is a bit like QuickBooks for us. They are the big gorilla in the space, so they get away with not always putting the customer first. Sketch is a welcome, fresh approach that gets us away from Adobe.
Founder - Built for Teams
Sketch is basically design software for UX and UI. It’s an awesome tool. We just used it to revamp our entire website, and it was really helpful for resizing images, doing mockups and more.
Co-founder - Tuckerman & Co.
The Sketch app replaces Illustrator for us.
CEO - Truffle
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