Fontea is a free tool that allows you to easily apply all 700 Google fonts with one click in your Photoshop and it’s not breaking the native workflow. So if you need a new font to brighten up your website, app UI, banner or whatever, you just open the plugin in Photoshop, select the font layer (or layers) you want to edit and click on the font you like. Boom it’s applied.
With Fontea you can search fonts by name or browse different categories of typefaces. Beside this, you can create your favourite library of fonts, so you don’t have to search for them never more.
Do not hesitate and download the plugin it’s completely free!
My design process is something I work really hard at perfecting. I have believed from day one that if you have a great process in place you will not only be successful but also keep enjoying what you do.
I was so excited when I got invited to Zeplin while it was still in beta because I HATE having to create styleguides. As you may already know, Zeplin not only eliminates the need for styleguides but also includes a ton of useful features for developers and designers alike.
Once I have a solid idea of what the layout and flow should be, I move on to Sketch. I always try to save as much time as possible while working on projects so I use wireframe kits to piece together the initial frame. There are a ton out there but some of my favorites are from UI8 and Market byDesignmodo.
Once I have finalized a low fidelity wireframe I begin applying the style to the design. A couple of the main features that brought me to Sketch are the ability to have multiple pages in one single document as well as the ability to export sliced items from within the entire document at once (and in multiple sizes!).
Once I have an established design, I move on to create a prototype using Invision. I spoke to another designer recently and he mentioned that he couldn’t possibly see himself ever completing a project without first using Invision and I absolutely agree.
Invision has become a second nature tool for most designers. Aside from being a great tool, I am also really happy to use a tool built by a team that has given so much and continues to give to the design community.
Because of Sketch’s incredible abilities, I can easily export all my screens at once and upload them to Invision. I then organize them and set up links between each screen using hotspots and instantly share with my team or client.
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