Sketch is a vector graphics editing platform for macOS. It is primarily used for UI and UX design for mobile apps and websites. However, there are a few areas where Sketch falls short, especially when it comes to vector graphic design. Here's how to use Vectornator and Sketch together to get the most out of both platforms.
We’ve all experienced the frustration of bad import and export options in other graphic design tools. But Vectornator is built by designers for designers, which is why we’ve built it to be a software which can be used on its own but also can combine easily with many other tools.
For a beginner, graphic design can be very confusing. In Vectornator, we’ve designed our interface to be intuitive and easy to use. And you can learn more about any feature by long-pressing on it to open up a tooltip. But if the help text isn't enough, you can also follow the tooltip link to find more detailed information in our Learning Hub.
Figma is a very popular design tool for collaborative teams. In Vectornator, importing Figma files is easy, but in Sketch, the process is complicated and requires 3rd-party tools.
You also can’t import files from Sketch into Affinity. Luckily you can use Vectornator; which of course allows you to easily import Sketch files without any reduction in quality.
Our built-in Unsplash integration allows you to find free images for your design. And best of all, you can directly import them in Vectornator without leaving the tool.
You can use our free Iconator integration to pick the right icon from our library of over 80k different icons directly in Vectornator.
Vectornator has more than 40 keyboard shortcuts which you can use to speed up your workflow on iPad and Mac.
Vectornator is built to look and feel like an Apple product, and to integrate seamlessly into your iOS and Mac workflow.
Collaboration has never been easier with the broad import options Vectornator offers.