A new web sketch app, designed by a team of Web Designers from Oxford University, aims to improve web design productivity by enabling you to sketch out web pages with ease and at a fast pace.
The app is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.
Its design is based on an app called SketchUp, and the team of web designers have put together a new, more advanced sketching tool for this new release.
The team claims that the new app will help you create a better-looking web app with a single click, with the goal of creating a cleaner web design for websites.
The SketchUp tool is a very simple tool that allows you to create web pages using basic techniques and concepts that you already know and that are already used on other web projects.
It allows you: • Add text to any element on the page (e.g. a label, a form, or any other text element) • Draw a circle, square, or ellipse on the screen with a stroke of the pen, and then drag it to resize it • Add or remove text from the page by dragging it across the screen • Add an anchor tag to a line or section of text, and also drag it across it • Delete a text element from the screen, and resize it to a larger size, or add text to a new line of text on the current page (and also add a new paragraph to the page, if necessary) • Change the size and position of the text you are drawing (and the anchor tag) • Add a background to the text and the anchor tags, and adjust its size (with a button, drop shadow, or opacity slider) • Delete an element and then resize it using the built-in resizing tool (with the same controls as above) The app works by using the standard features of SketchUp: • Basic layout and positioning tools • Drag, drop, or resize elements using a button (or click) • Copy, paste, and move elements from the selected area to the next and previous sections of the page • Add, delete, and edit text (with an optional copy, paste and move operation) • Show a progress bar at the top of the screen that lets you know how many lines have been drawn (and, if so, how many new lines have also been added) • Create and delete new drawings (and adjust the size, position, and style of them) • Preview and edit the current drawing in a list (and move it to another section if needed) • Share and edit your drawing (with keyboard and voice commands) The Sketchup app can be downloaded for free from the App Store.
However, there are other options available, such as the free SketchUp SketchBook, which offers an alternative layout and design to SketchUp.
This free tool also has some other features such as adding, deleting, and editing text, but it has a slightly different layout and style than the standard SketchUp app.
You can download the free app from the following links: https://www.appstore.com/sketchup/detail/611172465262435/ Free SketchUp version: https://www:appstore,web,developers.com,app/snowball/skewup.html