Styles for Sketch allows designers to make macro changes to artboards in seconds

Styles for Sketch allows designers to make macro changes to artboards in seconds

Craft from InVision just got a lot more powerful. A new Sketch plugin dubbed Styles lets you create, manage and edit your brand style guides on the fly.

Seated in the Craft Manager, Styles creates a new page within Sketch where you can manage things like color palette, fonts, text styles and custom elements. Changes made to the guide are recursive to all artboards, too.

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Meant for macro changes, Styles is a great tool for editing an app or webpage instantly, which is especially handy when you’re doing client work or in a meeting.

While InVision Craft is available for both Photoshop and Sketch, Styles is only available for Sketch. InVision CEO Clark Valberg says there’s good reason for that, too:

Since Craft by InVision LABS launched on February 4th, InVision has seen significant adoption among the design community, with 86% on Sketch and 14% on Photoshop. With Styles and Craft Manager,  InVision is enabling a modern screen design workflow that is powerful and seamless.

Craft is completely free to use, and comes with Styles.

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