Yes Sur – Sketch 70 is here! 🎉November 18, 2020 at 4:21pm
Good news everyone, Sketch for Big Sur is here!
With Sketch 70, we're introducing a UI redesign that fits right in with the new macOS Big Sur design language. It’s the same Sketch you know and love, but with every detail reconsidered. We think you're going to love it!
If you're not able to upgrade to Big Sur yet, don't worry. We've made sure things still look and feel great on older macOS versions as well.
As always, upgrade to the newest version of Sketch at sketch.com/updates, and be sure to let us know what you think 😉
November 18, 2020 at 6:37pm
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November 20, 2020 at 5:51am
Isn't 70 the version that's also native to the new M1 Macs? Would love to hear from anyone about noticeable dat-to-day performance.
I shifted to Figma in a new role this year but have been tempted to check out Sketch again in light of co-editing coming, and the fact that Figma plugins can be excruciating to ridiculously slow. It's mainly things like finding instances of Components, find and replace, almost anything text based… but I also still miss Runner Pro.
…I wonder if M1 performance could make it viable to move back to a native design app…? 🤔
December 18, 2020 at 8:39pm
Thank you Sketch and (willharris) -- since the v. 70 release the new "Beta" page on the Sketch site is so much better! I really didn't like the last version where you had to click to see what the release notes were. This kind of takes the best of both worlds where the design in general looks nicer with the big header area, but the actual important content isn't hidden. So, thanks again!