Murat Mutlu

Hi! I'm one of the co-founders at Marvel and a Product Designer by trade. You can often find me asking why Arsenal haven't signed anyone this season. Follow me on Twitter.

We’ve teamed up with the super talented Budi Tanrim to provide you 90 free solid and line icons for Sketch and Illustrator. Grab the sets by clicking the download button below: Download icons

We’ve got a neat banking themed UI kit for Sketch for you to download, completely free! It contains over 50 screens with dozens of icons and buttons to help inspire your next project. Want to quickly make the artboards into a prototype? Grab the Marvel Sketch plugin to send artboards to your projects in a couple of clicks. Click the… Read More →

We’ve just shipped a big update to our Sketch plugin which includes improvements to performance and experience. The Marvel Sketch plugin sends artboards directly from Sketch to Marvel allowing you quickly go from idea to prototype within minutes. Here’s what’s changed. Faster and more reliable uploads using batching Uploads now show a progress indicator UI buttons in Sketch for quick… Read More →

It’s finally here! You can now connect your Marvel projects to Slack and get updates on new activity such as comments, new screens and collaborators. Here’s what we can send to Slack: New comments added to projects New screens added or updated New collaborators added Comments marked as done We also aggregate any activity which happens in a short period… Read More →

We’ve been massively inspired by the stories we’ve been reading by our community, whether it’s career experiences, case studies or just how to do something new in Sketch. Now we want to help get your writing out to the world, that’s why we’re opening up our blog to our wonderful and diverse userbase. If you’re interested in publishing your ideas on the Marvel blog,… Read More →

Last night we were the proud sponsors of a new design event, Design Club. Like us, Design Club is for digital product designers working in startups, big tech companies, and agencies. Sam, Tom, Camilla and Charlotte, who are behind the event, launched it as a way to bring the new creative community together to figure out what’s next. You can… Read More →

One of the things we’re really passionate about here at Marvel is creating tools that introduce design to a wider audience.  Whether you’re a designer, student, entrepreneur or just have a concept you want to flesh out – we want everyone to be able to start their ideas in Marvel. So we’re excited to give you a preview of the latest… Read More →

Marvel now integrates with Box, giving you secure access to your design files. And the best part? Any file you add stays in sync with Box, meaning you never have to lift a finger when you make design changes. It’s super simple to get started, you’ll find Box in the Add image menu on your project, click the button to authorise your… Read More →

If you’re designing for tvOS or just want to view your projects on the Apple TV then you’ll love the latest update to our app. Marvel for Apple TV now allows you to turn your designs into fully interactive prototypes for tvOS. No coding required. Whether you’re sketching low fidelity sketched wireframes or designing rich visuals from Photoshop, just add your… Read More →

We’ve just released a great update to our comments feature including a ton of features based off of your feedback! Here’s what’s new: Reply to comments You can now reply to comments directly, allowing for better discussions around annotations or feedback. @Mention people in your directory or project When you work on a project or team with several people, you may… Read More →

Sometimes things are so obvious, it’s easy to miss them. Sometimes the best way through, or the simplest solution is right there. We spoke to Dojo about why their app feels so fun and personable (spoiler: it’s because they are fun and personable!), and how they built a tool just for them to do what they do best. Dojo App… Read More →

Today we’re introducing a brand new feature to our Company plan – User Roles! Many of you kept asking the question  – “how do you add a client/stakeholder to a project without them accidentally deleting something? ” or “How do I delegate the management of the account to someone else but still have oversight into what is going on”. User… Read More →