Well today I’m glad to share here a cool tool that could be a good replacer for Sketch, it’s called Sigma and it assumes to be the first interface design tool with real-time collaboration.
Very similar to Sketch this powerful tool is browser-based and because of that it naturally becomes multi-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux).
Import Sketch files.
Another important detail that could make the difference is the possibility to import Sketch files, this could be very useful for those that don’t have a Mac since Sketch for the moment only works there.
Vector Networks is the Figma innovation to deal with paths. Instead of using paths like other tools, Figma is built on what they call vector networks, it’s compatible with paths but offers more flexibility and control.
To better understand this new concept check this article wrote by Evan Wallace CTO of Sigma https://medium.com/figma-design/introducing-vector-networks-3b877d2b864f#.ic9yp95gl
- Interface design tool with real-time collaboration.
- Communicate with your team directly on designs with Comments.
- Follow along with someone else’s screen in Presentation Mode.
- Designs automatically adapt to different screen sizes with Constraints.
- vector networks, innovation on path design.
- Work is constantly saved with Version History, and all edits can be accessed in one click.
- With Live Device Preview, see your changes mirrored to your mobile device in real time.
- Works on any operating system. Desktop apps for Mac and Windows.
- Import Sketch files
And for the moment it’s still free.