What we're about

Sketch Kuala Lumpur (https://www.sketch.com/community/groups/kuala-lumpur) is a local design meetup in Kuala Lumpur, the dazzling capital city of Malaysia. Our goal is to create a space for design-lovers to connect with each other, share knowledge, and inspire each other to learn more about product design, from UI/UX design to user experience to design thinking to design system to interaction design to prototyping and more!

We aim to bring together designers, developers, product managers, growth marketers and anyone interested of making awesome stuff using Sketch. It is open to everyone and are led by passionate volunteers.

If you wish to speak at our meetup or sponsor venue/food, please reach out to us on Facebook Messenger (http://m.me/sketchkl). Get latest event updates here (https://www.facebook.com/sketchkl).

Upcoming events (1)

Sketch Plugins, Libraries and Design System

Fauxspace

So excited to have our fourth meet-up focusing on Sketch, the world's most popular digital design tool. Come and learn more on how to effectively use Sketch to design better user interface and user experience. Our speakers will share tips, techniques and best practices on three topics - plugins, libraries and design system. This meet-up open to all Sketch users, beginner and pro alike. If you're not a user (yet) but would like to know more about Sketch, do drop by to learn more! We are really fortunate to have THREE experienced Sketch users as speakers: -- Taylor Ling, Co-founder & Design Chief, Fabulous.co -- James Baxter, Lead iOS Developer & Design Lead, Ampify Music -- Aidil Goh, Creative & Technology Director at Pocketpixel Agenda: 7:00pm - Registration 7:30pm - Welcome Remarks + Sponsors Presentation 7:35pm - Plugins and More Plugins by Taylor Ling 8:00pm - Libraries and Symbols by James Baxter 8:25pm - Create Design System with Sketch by Aidil Goh 8:50pm - Q&A 9:15pm - Networking A big thank you to Fauxspace for sponsoring the venue. And Sprintla for sponsoring all our printing needs.

Past events (3)

Good to Great UX with Empathy-driven Design

Fauxspace

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