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This article was published on February 2, 2016


Sketch now has a dedicated extension page for designers and developers

Sketch now has a dedicated extension page for designers and developers
Nate Swanner
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TNW's former West Coast writer in the PNW (Portland, Oregon). Nate loves amplifying developers, and codes in Swift when he's not writing. If TNW's former West Coast writer in the PNW (Portland, Oregon). Nate loves amplifying developers, and codes in Swift when he's not writing. If you need to get in touch, Twitter is your best bet.

There are lots of Sketch plugins and integrations, but keeping track of them can be tedious. Now, you won’t have to — Sketch has an official extensions page.

Split into two categories — plugins and integrations — the Sketch extension page has a few featured offerings, as well as a link to a deeper dive on what you can work into your Sketch environment.

While Sketch only recognizes ten different app integrations, the plugins page is a bit more robust thanks to third-party developers. To help you avoid digging through the digital plugin pile, that page has a search feature.

If you want to design your own extensions, there’s also a link to the Sketch developer portal to get you started.

While it won’t encompass every Sketch extension there is, the new landing page serves as a good starting point. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, I suggest giving GitHub a try.

➤ Extensions [Sketch]