Learn how to version design with abstract
Get started with Abstract Versions in this crash course.
Get started with Abstract Versions in this crash course. I will guide you through the tool and share my experiences and best practices.
Learn to version design like developers
If you have ever worked in large and distributed software-related teams, then in the course of your career you will have thought about standardizing your work.
Not only to achieve branding goals, to maintain consistency and to develop a uniform look and feel, but above all to be able to work more efficiently, to share work results and knowledge and to develop a common language.
Development teams have been doing this for many years on the basis of version control systems such as SVN, Mercurial or Git.
This approach is also gaining more and more acceptance and support for design teams.
Abstract Versions offers an attractive opportunity to take your design workflow to the next level, which differs from real-time collaboration concepts such as Figma via the concepts of branching and committing and is more based on the Git approach.
In this 1 hour 48 minute Abstract Versions course I would like to use a real example to introduce you to the advantages of the Git-based workflow, with which design teams can be scaled up to the moon.
Learn how to
manage sketch files
track your work progress
use branches and commits
manage design reviews
standardize your design workflow
offer versions of your libraries, components and features
share prototypes, guidelines, specs and measurements seamlessly
Watch, if you want to
better understand the git based workflow
learn about how to use Abstract
scale your product design
be hip and speak about #designops with more confidence
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