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Hey Dribblers, I’d like to share with you my new project (it’s a FREEBIE) I created in my spare time a few weeks ago. This is a carefully crafted User flow kit for Sketch that helps creating simple sitemaps really fast and easy.
It contains only the most essential elements to speed up the process of creating user maps. All the elements including arrows are scalable, so you can easily change the height and width of them, rotate etc. They are also fully customisable, so you can change the colors for instance.
There are 3 pre-defined color versions to choose from depending on what suits better to your taste or particular project.
Please check out the full view for a better overview. Also check out this gif to see how the scalability of the arrows work.
There are 3 reasons why I’ve decided to create it:
1. I wanted to have something very simple for creating quick sitemaps for website projects.
2. I’ve noticed that most of the sitemap kits like this one have not well prepared arrows. It means that they become distorted when you try to scale them down or up. Sketch gives the possibility of creating smart, scalable elements.
3. I needed something simple without tons of cards and other elements. Thanks to Sketch Symbols and Overrides we can speed up the entire process or changing the text content/values.
You can download it from here for FREE: Download flowchart kit
If you like this kit please spread the word and I hope for your love and pressed L key ;)
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This kit is offered under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license. You can share it and adapt for you projects. Under the following terms, you must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made.