With a big design team comes great responsibility. As a project owner or a designer, you are responsible for all the designs that you create and share with your team. Thanks to cloud sharing, you can organize and backup your design files at the same time.
There are multiple great file-sharing solutions like Dropbox or Google Drive. However, these services are not so great for visual things. If you want to preview formats like Photoshop or Sketch and perhaps even comment on top of them, I believe that Avocode is the best fit. If you're interested in how you can share and cooperate on a design, maybe have a look at this.
However, before you get there, you might want to find the best solution for sorting and organizing your designs in a place that is accessible to everyone on your team. There are two ways how you can do this:
Files like Photoshop or simple PNG or JPEG images can be simply drag & dropped into Avocode. You can do that either in your Avocode app or in Avocode Manager.
Would you like to add a drag & drop feature to your app? We're using this open source React.js library.
If you'd like to upload Sketch files or even separate Sketch artboards, use our plugin. First, some links to get you going:
You can get the Photoshop & Sketch plugin here.
Great. Now just open your Sketch design, click “Plugins”, then “Avocode Sync” to open the Avocode Extension and select the artboards you wish to sync.
Once you've selected those gorgeous artboards, pick a project or create a new one. Then click the blue button and just watch your designs as they sync. Feels good, right?
Watch it all in action:
You already know how to add new designs. You can add them into projects (drag&drop into the folder) or as revisions (drag&drop on top of an existing design). Now have a look at the entire file structure in Avocode. Let's start from the top:
And what else can you do?
Do you work with freelancers and perhaps need to manage who sees what? Easy. Check this.
OK, now you should be ready to go. You can add and upvote for features you would like to see within Avocode by going to our UserVoice. Please let us know how you proceed during your design workflow below.