If you’re a digital designer like us, this probably sounds familiar:
Us, too. With so many places to look and so little context about what we were seeing, we felt scattered, disorganized, and unfocused. Our tools were making things worse instead of helping. Then it hit us:
Our design process needed a redesign.
Design is more than layouts and prototypes. We’ve built Abstract to help with the other half of design work: managing changes, documenting the work, and keeping everyone informed. It’s a version controlled workflow, built on Git, and seamlessly integrated with Sketch.
(More file formats coming soon!)
Abstract shows ongoing work by capturing changes to files with annotations by the person who made the edits, down to the artboard level.
Abstract integrates with the software you already use. If Sketch is your tool, Abstract is your toolbox, with support for more formats coming soon.
Stop digging through folders and wondering if you have the right file. Abstract wrangles file sprawl into a structured, informative, and unified workspace.
Keep your work focused and organized by branching off of your master files. Then pull it all back together through Abstract’s automated merging process.
Abstract labels master files and creates safe spaces for ongoing work. Now it’s easy to identify what’s in progress and what’s ready to be implemented.
Abstract is built on top of stable Git hosting, so your work is mirrored to the app and web for your team. Wherever you have Abstract, you have your work.