One Component, Multiple Sizes In design systems, a single component—like a dropdown menu—can look a little different depending on where it's used. Components in Subform work cl...
There's a better way. When your tool understands your design intent, adjusting layouts gets a lot easier. Adding three new rows to this team schedule design took 5 minut...
Stop pushing pixels! Pushing pixels isn't designing, but it takes up a ton of time. What if your tool did the drudge work, so you could focus on design? That's one of ...
Resizing a Component: Sketch vs. Subform Some people have asked how Subform's layout engine differs from Sketch's component resizing features. Here's a simple example. Sketch can only str...
Resizing an element: Sketch vs. Subform Quick example of how Subform's layout engine can really speed up repetitive production tasks. In Sketch, scaling up the "love" reaction to show t...
Responsive To Content Elements in Subform can actually change their size in response to their content. Want to see what a longer label looks like in your button design? ...
Responsive Bar Chart There are so many designs that are easier to build with Subform’s layout engine. This bar chart is a great example: you can see how it’ll look with...
Dynamic layout Quick shot of how Subform's dynamic layout engine works. You can add or delete elements and Subform automatically adjusts the layout in real-time...