Play and record Marvel prototypes in Sketch!

Posted 11 months ago by Naomi Francis

We’re super excited to announce the latest update for our Sketch Plugin which transforms your favourite design tool into the perfect companion for prototyping in Marvel.

There are two major new features to the plugin – the ability to play prototypes directly in Sketch and also record your flows as a video!

Here’s the need-to-know about your new favourite features:

Read our guide to installing and using the plugin here.

The Marvel Sketch plugin is a huge time saver for designers that streamlines your workflow in getting from design to prototype…and it’s just getting started!

Any feedback or suggestions? Hit us up on Twitter!

Prototype with Sketch!

Prototype with Sketch!

Send artboards straight from Sketch into your Marvel projects.

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