Figma? Sketch? Illustrator? Other?
As a product designer, I personally favor Sketch and have used it daily for the past several years. As long as you're going with Sketch or Figma you're pretty much set. I could write essays about the positive features of both.
The reason I prefer Sketch is that I don't like people looking over my shoulder while I'm in design mode and seeing multiple people inside the document I'm working on just makes me feel anxious and less inspired to experiment. Plus, I have found more resources for Sketch than other design tools.
At the end of the day, pick the tool that works right for you in your context.
We've just moved from @sketch to @figmadesign
at @Smarkup because of collaboration and scalability. Plus there are several other smaller reasons. It was a pragmatic move for us. We’re happy we did it.
Here's the full post: https://blog.smarkup.com/why-we-moved-from-sketch-to-figma-fa65ee202dd
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