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#377
In this episode we design the player screen, and talk about how to create a color system for overriding colors for buttons and other UI elements.
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#376
In this episode we design a Podcast detail screen, that displays the show’s artwork, name, publisher, category, and a list of episode. We also consider what this screen looks like if you’ve already subscribed.
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#375
We continue our design of a Podcast app in Sketch. This time we focus on designing a Search screen, complete with table view cells and keyboards. We'll see how to use masks to round the corners of an image and easily duplicate and offset content.
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#374
In this episode I start designing a new Podcast App. I decided to design it in Sketch first so I could define the look & feel, flow, and data required first. In this episode we start by leveraging Sketch's iOS Design Library, then customize them by creating our own symbols. We end up with a custom themed iOS design that uses a tab bar with custom icons.
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#302
Sometimes we need to create a quick icon and we don't have a designer handy. Usually in these situations I lean on icon packs like Parakeet Primaries or Glyphish. Lately I’ve needed some icons that aren’t available in packs like these, or the license isn’t suitable for what I want to use it for. In those situations I use Sketch to create icons myself. I’m no graphic designer, but I have found it helpful to know how to create basic things and export them for use in iOS projects. In this episode I design 2 icons that we’ll use in a future episode.
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#199
In this episode we use Sketch to export top shelf artwork and layered icons for tvOS. We then preview the layered artwork using the Parallax Previewer tool. We then add these to our asset catalog in Xcode to add them to our application.
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#149
Have you ever wondered how bezier paths work? What are the control points, and how exactly do they affect the line? In this episode we'll build our own visualization of how a bézier path is constructed to help understand it better.